WIP Wednesday: IG-ing It


WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced
Since I’m in the middle of the mad rush to get ready for Spring Quilt Market, let’s do this week’s WIP Wednesday Instagram style

I’ve been finishing quilt tops ….

Quilting them and getting them ready for binding …

Shipping off patterns for Sample Spree …. (if you’ll be at Sample Spree, come pick up a sampler pack of all 7 of my patterns!)

And hand-stitching binding. Everywhere. Even in the preschool parking lot while waiting for pick-up. : )

Want to see lots of eye candy from Quilt Market over the next few days? Then follow me on Instagram—I will share and share and share some more!


What are you working on this week? Here are the linky rules:
1. Link up any blog post from the past week that features an unfinished work-in-progress (WIP).
2. Somewhere in your post, you must link back here to my blog.
3. Comment on at least a few of the other WIP Wednesday links—commenting on the two or three links directly before yours works well to make sure everyone gets comments!
12 replies
  1. Serena @ Sewgiving
    Serena @ Sewgiving says:

    Good to see I'm not the only one that hand binds any-and-every where! Hope all goes well at the Spring Quilt Market … I'm looking forward to seeing all the loveliness through your IG feed 🙂

  2. clothworkers
    clothworkers says:

    I'm not sure that this is really the right place for this comment but here goes anyway. I am fairly new to blogging so I might be doing some thing wrong, but I have had quite a bit of trouble commenting on some of the WIP posts. Some are really straight forward to enter comments but some blog sites, especially those that require confirmation that "you are not a robot" style just don't seem to work for me.
    Again sorry if this is not the right place to raise this issue but it is disappointing to not be able to offer comments especially when the post has been really inspiring.

    • Lee Heinrich
      Lee Heinrich says:

      Hi clothworkers – Everyone who links up to WIP Wednesday has their own blog settings and their own way of preventing spam, so it's up to each individual blogger to address this and there's no universal way for you to fix it. I'm not sure why the captcha codes aren't working for you, but I will say that this is exactly why I don't use captcha codes on my comment form! I've been successful in preventing most spam by just not allowing anonymous comments.Captcha codes are a pain and I think many readers just skip commenting on blogs that have them, so I wish everyone would consider removing that function from their blog.


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