Wednesday, February 16, 2011

WIP Wednesday #14

Welcome to Work-In-Progress Wednesday. Hit it!

Ongoing projects:
Don't Call Me Betsy's Sliced Coins Quilt-Along
Yep, this was pretty much all I worked on this week. Thanks to a serious deadline, I've been kicking butt on this one, and I think I should have another finish for you tomorrow! Can you believe it? That will be three completed quilts in the past two weeks. It also will be three completed quilts in the past four months. But who's counting? Besides me, I mean. : )

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Hope Valley

Completed quilts awaiting binding:
Modern Meadow

On hold for now:
Swaps and bee blocks (will be top priority when Sliced Coins is done!)
Central Park jelly roll quilt
Figgy Pudding quilt
Wonky Log Cabin
Operation Stash Reorganization

This week's stats:
New projects - 0
Completed projects - 1 (my Fall Equinox quilt)
Currently in progress - 11 (down one from last week)

Take it away, ladies! Remember to link back here to my blog, and don't forget to comment on the other links.


teje said...

Hi Lee! You are very quick with your projects! Thank you again for hosting w.i.p wednesday! There is always so lovely blogs joining!
Have a sunny day!

Becky said...

oh, i love the wavy quilting, can't wait to see more! I have that on my want to try list.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I like the wavy to you go about it....

Elizabeth D. said...

I can't wait for a bigger picture of your quilt, it looks wonderful so far!! I really need to give that wavy quilting a try, it's so cute :)

Megan said...

Gah, you're such a tease :P I can't wait to see the big reveal of the pips quilt! Wavy quilting is awesome - I used it over the summer in a quilt, and I was shocked at how quickly it went. I might have to use it again on one of my next projects.

Christie, Describe Happy said...

That's a good finishing record you have there!! Keep up the good work! I am happy to be back this week and as always thank you for hosting this get together!

Sharon said...

I'm with Elizabeth. Great tease picture!

I got nothing again for this week again. Everything's still on hold while I pack. The first trailer's almost full and I've realized I'm too good of a packer because the back end is pretty low. Time to rearrange. :)

CityHouseStudio said...

Hi Lee,
I just love your wavy quilting . . . beautiful!

Jessica said...

I just love that wavy line quilting! I'm definitly going to try that out on one of my next quilts I work on! Can't wait to see more!! Thanks again for hosting :)

Mary said...

I love the wavy lines! I think you mentioned you used your walking foot the last time you did wavy do you keep them so exact?? Can't wait for a full picture!

Kimberly White said...

It always feels good to finish a quilt! Happy WIP Wednesday!

Melanie said...

I can't wait to see the Pips quilt! I really want to get my hands on some of that fabric! Thanks for hosting!

Wandering Minstrel said...

Wonderful--I can't wait to see your Sliced Coins all finished! :)

Jerimi said...

Three quilts in two weeks! That's insane! Way to go. :)

Megan said...

Oooo, I want to see more! :) Thanks for hosting!

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