Wednesday, March 28, 2012

WIP Wednesday

I took a spring break from WIP Wednesday last week, but I'm back now with my latest progress!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Scrappy blocks for do. Good Stitches
March blocks for do. Good Stitches.
Paula asked for blocks using this tutorial. Her only parameters: use a solid red center and don't overthink it. Check and check! I'm interested to see how this quilt comes together.

Strip quilt
Strip quilt

In progress
Flower Sugar baby quilt
Flower Sugar baby quilt
Got this one quilted this week. Should be done soon!

Got some new yellow fur, so I should be working on this again soon.

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Postage Stamp quilt
Kaleidoscope baby quilt #2 (got this one basted)

To do:
Half Moon Modern quilt
Block for Megan
do. Good Stitches March block
Blocks for Elizabeth
Swoon (Sigh.)

Head to Lee's to see what everyone else is working on!


Toni said...

Everything looks great, Katie! That Sugar Pop baby quilt is really pretty. And the scrappy log cabins should be interesting to see when it's done. I think I've seen a few others' blocks for it. Are they 6"?

Elizabeth Dackson said...

Love the scrappy log cabins, those are so much fun :) Look at you busting out quilts! Hope you had a fun spring break with the kiddo!

CityHouseStudio said...

I love those scrappy blocks, Katie!
I'm still in sigh mode with my swoon, too. :-(

Kelly said...

Love the crazy blocks and the quilts!

sukie said...

That Flower Sugar baby quilt is soooo girly!!!! It makes me want to play tea party. ;)

Lee said...

Fun scrappy blocks! And I love the Flower Sugar baby quilt. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

Teresa F. said...

Great scrappy blocks.So bright and cheerful.The flower Sugar quilr looks very nice. too.

M-R Charbonneau said...

The Flower Sugar baby quilt is so fun! And I love your strip quilt too, Katie!

The Thompsons said...

I love all the scrappy blocks. Those look like a lot of fun to make.

~Carla~ said...

Love the Sugar Baby fabric.. gorgeous quilt!!

Linz said...

I am LOVING your scrappy blocks!! They are so happy!!

Debbie said...

wow - what great progress! Love those scrappy blocks!

Heather D. said...

I love your scrappy blocks, very fun!

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