What? It's Wednesday again? Already?
Unfortunately I don't have a whole lot to show you this week. I spent most of the last week either working on my Project Selvage print or writing quilt-along instructions. But here's what I've got going on at the moment.
Make Mine Modern swap
These strips, plus many more, will hopefully become my final item for the Make Mine Modern swap. I've got a plan for these little strips—a plan that is either ridiculously awesome or completely insane, I'm not sure which. Maybe both? I guess the only way to find out is to just make the darn thing and see what happens. Preliminary tests yielded promising results, but I have a history of coming up with grand visions that are either beyond my skill level to execute, or physically impossible to make from mere fabric. Fingers crossed that won't be the case here!
1. Hope Valley, 2. Supernova Fabrics - Arcadia, 3. Supernova Fabric choices, 4. supernova-color-scheme, 5. nova block mosiac, 6. all, 7. I did it!, 8. Cut Pieces, 9. IMG_3037, 10. FlourishingPalms cut blocks, 11. Supernova QA fabrics 2, 12. supernova placement
Some very pretty fabric up there, don't you think? These are all Supernova quilts in the making, and I can hardly wait to see how they all turn out! You can see all this and more in the Flickr group. And no, it's not too late to join! Click here to find the previous posts on fabric requirements and block planning and cutting. Catching up is still very doable. The first set of piecing instructions goes live tomorrow, and I'll be hosting my first quilt-along link up next Tuesday. Come show off what you've gotten done!
Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Hope Valley (the original Supernova)
Completed quilts awaiting binding:
On hold ... yes, still!
Central Park jelly roll quilt
Figgy Pudding quilt
Wonky Log Cabin
This week's stats:
New projects - 1
Completed projects - 1 (Project Selvage print)
Currently in progress - 10 (same as last week)
So what have you been working on? Link up your WIP posts below—remember to link back to my blog in your post, and please comment on at least a few of the other links. Happy sewing!