Wednesday, April 20, 2011

WIP Wednesday #23

Gettin' WIPpy with it ...

New projects:

These strip sets are hoping to become teeny pieced squares. This little project is coming together quickly, so you should be seeing more of this one very soon.

Ongoing projects:

Supernova Quilt-Along
Piecing the back as we speak! Can't wait to show it off!

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Hope Valley (the original Supernova)

Completed quilts awaiting binding:
Modern Meadow

On hold ... yeah, yeah.
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 - 10 (up one from last week)

Oh, one more thing—I just have to be a proud mommy for a minute and show off this "quilt" that my daughter made! Future fabric designer right here, amiright? : ) I didn't suggest that she do this or give her any direction—this was all her. I love how some of her "prints" are even cut off at the edges of the "blocks," just like they would be with actual cut pieces of fabric. How I love this kid!

Okay, let's see 'em! Link up any post featuring a work in progress. Don't forget to link back to my blog and please comment on some of the other links.


38 comments:

  1. I love your "Gettin WIPpy" comment...how funny! Your child's drawing is wonderful, I love the little people!

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  2. love he quilt your daughter drew.. we are gonna get WIPpy where is teh LINKY?

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  3. You are so bad! TEN in progress!? I have to stop that madness. lol : ) I recently heard a presentation by a woman who said she does ONE project at a time only, ever. Oh how I covet her! Once my current commissions are done, I'm taking things one at a time. I can't stand this multitasking pressure.

    p.s. Thanks for doing this WIP wed Lee. ; ) It's lots fun.

    ~Monika in Canada

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  4. That Drawing is beautiful!! My daughter "designs" quilts for me a lot too. SOmethime, I am determined to turn one into a real quilt!! :)

    GREAT projects! Can't wait to see more of the strip project!!

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  5. Love your daughter's drawing, humm a future designer?

    This is my first link up. Thanks for hosting it.

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  6. You know you're going to have to turn that design into a real quilt don't you?! Get searching for fabrics that match, or scan that lovely picture in and then you can print your little lady's exact design onto fabric!

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  7. I seem to be too disorganized most wednesdays to be able to link up. But I love seeing what you are doing!

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  8. Love your new project with the strips. the colors are gorgeous! And your daughter's drawing is too precious. That's a keeper!

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  9. I love your daughter's quilt... totally fascinating on a number of levels...

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  10. I love your daughter's quilt drawing - that's amazing!!

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  11. OMG, I love E's drawing!! So pretty!!! Are you going to make it come to fruition in fabric? That would be so sweet :) I love your strippy project, can't wait to see what it turns into!

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  12. You are a great mentor for your daughter - her 'quilt' is just beautiful!

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  13. Wow - great quilt drawing by Little Miss Freshly Pieced! She learns from her momma!

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  14. nice drawing!! and your fabric is always the freshest Lee...very nice

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  15. Hee. That drawing is adorable! She's got a great eye for colour and design - definitely an influence from her mum!

    My WIP Wednesday...actually on a Wednesday for once!

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  16. Your new stripp sets are looking good! And I love the drawing by your daughter - that would have melted me!

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  17. Hi Lee, Thanks for hosting. LOVE your daughter's drawing!

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  18. Look at all those Super Novas in WIP thumbnail that you have inspired!

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  19. Oh my your daughter is a fabric designer in the making!! So fun what kids pick up on!! Cant wait to see more of your teeny tiny squares.

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  20. What a treasure to have forever from your little "designer"! I love it!

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  21. I just love WIP days!! So fun to see what everyone's working on. Thanks for hosting. :D

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  22. I feel like such a slacker I shouldn't even link up this week...ugh!

    I can't wait to see what those first pieces are going to become. Those colors are just gorgeous.

    Your daughter's picture is great! Most kids won't make their designs run off the page/area like that, that's fantastic she notices small details like that!

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  23. Love the colors of the stripes, can't wait to see the finished thing! Thanks for hosting WIP!

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  24. I love your daughter's quilt. That is so cute! I've started letting my daughter make "quilts" with a piece of paper, a glue stick and fabric scraps. She loves it.

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  25. Love your daughter's quilt, that's so precious.

    And can't wait to see the strip sets become a quilt. Love the colors.

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  26. I love your daughter's quilt design! So sweet.

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  27. Your daughters quilt is SO cute and creative!!! Thanks for hosting...such a fun linky party :)

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  28. Hi!!! I'm a new follower, just catching up:) This is the first time I'm linking here...
    Your daughter's quilt drawing is AMAZING!! Color and pattern combinations are so cute!! You are absolutely right, about future fabric designer!!
    Thank you so much for hosting this party!!
    Eleni

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  29. I'll just have to check out what everyone else has been up to this week but I have nothing to show. Nothing. Oh, well, we all have those weeks once in a while, right?

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  30. Your kiddo's quilt fabric is wonderful. I would totally buy it! Obviously a chip off the ol' block as my Mom would say.

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  31. I have no WIP today so it's a decision making wednesday for me, please click on 'opinions please...' above to have your say on which direction my next project will take! :o)

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  32. Your daughter looks like she's got the whole quilt design thing sorted already! Those little strips look lovely, can't wait to see what they turn into :-)

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  33. Love the colors of your new project! Can't wait to see more!

    Also, your daughter's quilt is awesome! Love how attentive to detail she is-- like all the different patterns, the pieces cut out, and like you said, the images cut off-- you deff have an artist on your hands!

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  34. Love the linky-Wednesday. Something pretty (some things pretty!) to look forward to!

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  35. Thanks for making me laugh with the WIPpy comment! And I love your daughter's picture. How precious! My kids like to get on my Electric Quilt program and design, but they've never just made their own.

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  36. I really like your daughter's quilt! Looking forward to seeing that back of your supernova quilt!

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  37. I love your daughter's "quilt"!
    Isn't it fun to have our little ones excited about quilting, too?!
    Michelle

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  38. oh, wow...you're daughters quilt is so cute. i love it.

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