Wednesday, March 2, 2011

WIP Wednesday #16

Hey, did I really start this linky 16 weeks ago? Time flies when your WIP list is in the double digits, I guess.

New projects
:

Project Selvage
Oh, how I wish I could share with you what I'm working on for this! I'm kind of in love with the inspiration for my "line." So far, I'm just sketching away, happy to be getting it on paper. Much more to come on this one.

Ongoing projects
:

DQS 10
So I have an actual plan now for my swap quilt. Plans are good. Especially when the project in question needs to be done only two weeks from now. Now I just have to, you know, execute the plan. A big thank-you goes to Becky, whose Sunrise Star Pillow was the inspiration for using fussy-cut Parisville in the center of this block.

Operation Stash Reorganization
Made some pretty good progress here. Everything fat-quarter size and up is now on mini-bolts and neatly shelved. Just looking at it makes me happy. But the rest of my sewing room? Not so much. The smaller scraps are everywhere. I hope to have those organized by next week.

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Hope Valley

Completed quilts awaiting binding:
Modern Meadow

On hold for now:
Blockapalooza
Central Park jelly roll quilt
Figgy Pudding quilt
Wonky Log Cabin

This week's stats:
New projects - 1
Completed projects - 0
Currently in progress - 11 (up one from last week)

So, where are you at this week? Link up and show the world! Don't forget: Link back here, and comment, comment, comment.


24 comments:

  1. Your DQS block looks so great, I want to see more! :) Also, very excited to see you are doing Project Salvage. Thanks for hosting, Lee!

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  2. Hello Lee! How exiting!!! Good luck and I'll be following your new journey!
    That block with around small pacthes is amazing!
    Sunny wishes! Teje

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  3. I love hearing you talk about your "line" :) I can't wait to see what you wind up putting together, I'm super excited for you! Your DQS block is just jaw-droppingly stunning. Really! And I'm with you, I can't believe we've been doing these lists for four whole months now, where does the time go???

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  4. I love the start of your DQS project! Can't wait to see how that turns out.

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  5. Oh wow, your dqs star is AMAZING! Glad I could help with such a fabulous design!

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  6. Oh my....I really love your block...looks great!!!

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  7. I'm really excited to see what everyone comes up with for Project Selvage! I'm not entering, but I do have two baby boys! Your block looks great! Happy Wednesday

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  8. I feel your pain, with the stash organizing. I finally got a proper start on it this week, and the task is daunting!

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  9. A "line"? How exciting! DQS is amazing!

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  10. so so in love with the beginnings of your DQS! Good luck with the fabric designing, I'm sure what you design will be fabulous!

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  11. Isn't it slightly sad when you want to photoblog about something, but you just can't. Argh... I'm dying over here! Some day soon...

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  12. Your DQS is gorgeous! You'll have to tell us how to make it sometime :) I'm so excited that I found your blog.

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  13. WOW!!! Your block is stunningly beautiful!! Fantastic work!!!

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  14. Seriously, your DQS quilt block is pure genius! I LOVE IT! It is one of the prettiest quilt blocks I have ever seen, can not wait to see the full quilt!

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  15. That block is AMAZING! So so pretty! How long does it take to make one block like that and have it look so beautiful and perfect?!? Do I dare attempt something like that? :)

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  16. I can't wait to see more of your DQS blocks, it's beautiful!

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  17. DQS is drop dead gorgeous!

    I have ideas for Project Selvage but unfortunately I can't draw or program or paint. :) I can't wait to see what you do!

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  18. LOVE that DQS block! That center is just beautiful. Can't wait to see the rest of it.

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  19. Beautiful fussy cutting! Thanks for the WIP inspiration!

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  20. Agree with everyone, your DQS block is AMAZING!

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  21. Beautiful block. I can't wait to see what you come up with for Project Selvedge. I decided to go for it too. It will be fun challenge even if I don't get that far with it.

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  22. Wow, I just stumbled on your blog and I'm amazed. Has anyone ever told you you are crazy talented?? Your DQS quilt block has me drooling!!! I'm a fan!

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