Welcome back to WIP Wednesday! Not much to report this week, since you all know what I’ve been working on lately, but here goes nothin’ …
My Connecting Threads fabric contest entry
Still plugging away, polishing up my designs and getting the files ready. Two more days to get it all done! I hope to be able to show them to you on Friday.
4×5 Bee blocks
So, you might think I’m crazy for tackling a block like this in the middle of the Connecting Threads time crunch. And you’re probably right. But honestly, I’ve enjoyed the break from all the intensive computer time. I actually find paper-piecing fun and relaxing (I’m weird like that), so these blocks are really hitting the spot right now.
I ended up doing the Oregon Star because one of my hive-mates chose this incredible mini-quilt by Mrs. McPorkchop as her “Favorite Block.” That mini has always been one of my favoritest faves myself, so I decided to look into the pattern for it. The pattern comes from the book 50 Fabulous Paper-Pieced Stars, by Carol Doak. I probably never would have given this book a second glance if it hadn’t been for Amanda’s mini, but once I got past the very traditional fabric used in the book, I realized the patterns had a lot of potential. I think I still love the Oregon Star the most, but you’ll probably be seeing a few of the other stars from me as well, sooner or later. In the meantime, I’ve got two 4×5 blocks done, three to go.
• Farmer’s Wife QA (on hold until October)
• Skill Builder QA (ditto)
• Kaleidoscope QA
• Figgy Pudding quilt
• Wonky Log Cabin
This week’s stats:
Completed projects – 0
New projects – 0
Currently in progress – 10
That’s it from me—now it’s your turn to share. Link up any post from the past week featuring any unfinished sewing project. Be sure to link back here to my blog and comment on at least a few of the other links. Enjoy!