Disclaimer: It may seem like I get a lot done between WIP reports, but I would like to make note that I only do a WIP every other week, or every three weeks or so 🙂
So, way back in early November, I posted that I had four works in progress, and I had completed two quilts. One of those quilts was my Habitat Challenge quilt, which I can now show you because our MQG meeting is over.
I go into more detail about this quilt here, including my inspiration and my free motion quilting design.
So, back to the four other projects I was working on…
1) Baby Boy Lattice quilt is complete! See more details about this quilt here.
2. My Postage Stamp Quilt is also done. That was a lot of fun to make, but I’ll wait a while until I make another :). Learn more about this quilt here.
3) My Skill Builder Sampler blocks are plugging along. We have made it half way, so 18 out of 36 blocks are complete. Since I used my earlier blocks in my Quilt of Valor quilt, I only have the latest 9 to show, but here they are. I have always wanted to do a circle flying geese block, so I’m glad Leila had us take the plunge and make one!
4) My Quilt of Valor II quilt is just as I left it. No progress there.
5) I started a new quilt that I also finished. I had been wanting to make a quilt using money mailer coupons as my foundation for paper piecing string quilts, and so I made a quilt! Can you tell that I don’t have very many yellow, red, or purple scraps?
I donated this to my kid’s school’s PTA to be auctioned off at our Fall Festival. It was the big money maker this year, with a couple of ladies staying late to outbid each other. Learn more about this quilt here.
6) I have cut up the remaining pile of my Dolce fabric and plan on making a couple of baby quilts with them. But, since I have taken my machine in to get maintenance done on it, I guess I’ll just have to look at the pile and wait.
4 works in progress
2 new ones started
3 quilts finished
I guess I now have 3 works in progress. I like that number. But, maybe since I have no machine, I’ll do more cutting for new quilts. YAY!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!