Tuesday, May 17, 2011

WIP Wednesday #27

It's Wednesday! Let's talk WIPs again ...

New projects:
One more scrappy placemat
Remember my rainbow placemats for the Make Mine Modern swap? Well, my swap partner Kelly must really like them, because she "commissioned" me to make another one for her in exchange for some Heather Ross Munki scraps. The new placemat will be purple and pink.

Since I'm making one more, I thought I'd put together a tutorial, if there's interest. Anybody want a tute on this? It's a fantastic scrap project! For the prints, the biggest piece I used was 2.5" square, so it's a good way to use up your tinies.

Ongoing projects:
Modern Meadow baby quiltStill being bound. This quilt is clinging to its WIP status for dear life, apparently.

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

On hold:
Blockapalooza
Central Park jelly roll quilt
That Girl quilt-along
Figgy Pudding quilt
Wonky Log Cabin

This week's stats:
New projects - 1
Completed projects - 1 (Supernova)
Currently in progress - 9 (same as last week)

You guys know what to do: 1) Please link to a post from the past week containing a work in progress. Yep, I'm the weirdo who doesn't want a linky full of finishes. : ) It's okay if your post contains finishes, but it must also contain at least one unfinished item. 2) Please link back to my blog in your post. 3) Comment on some of the other links. 4) Enjoy!


56 comments:

  1. the intersections quilt is going to be fab. I love the colors. I for one would definately be interested in a tut on the mats. They look great.

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  2. I love the placemats, and I would not mind a tutorial...

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  3. I would love to see how you make those placemats!

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  4. I would love to see how you put the placemats together!

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  5. LOVE the placemats - looking forward to the tutorial. Happy Wednesday!

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  6. ME!! I want a tute on those place mats!!! **waves hand in air like a maniac** :)

    I love the fabric for the king size! Can't wait to see more!!

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  7. I would love a tutorial on those placemats:)
    Well I can't participate in this week's party, but I'm popping in just to see all these gorgeous WIPs!!!
    Hope you have a great day!!
    xo
    Eleni

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  8. Those placemats are so cute, would love a tute!

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  9. Love the snowball place mats. Can't wait to see the intersections quilt all sewn up. Thanks for the WIP Wednesday's. I really enjoy them. Hope I get to visit everyone. Special day for me and hubby today so I will have to look at them later.

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  10. Would love the tute on placemats, I have had requests to make some of my own, so your tute would motivate me! Lovely placemats! (all of your stuff is!) Fi

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  11. I love the fabrics you have cut out for your king size quilt! I can't wait to see the finished product. The placemats are adorable!!

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  12. Love the place mats and would love a tutorial. Thanks

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  13. I'm definitely interested in a tutorial for the placemats! fun! and I love the intersections quilt. Is that Geo Grand you are working with? Love that line. Thankfully our moms are patient for their quilts!! :)

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  14. I can't wait to see that Intersections quilt come together, it's going to look fantastic! What colors are you doing for that last placemat? A tute would be fun! I could use some cute placemats :)

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  15. How ironic, my wife told me just this past weekend she wants new placemats for the kitchen table.

    Those are very nice, and Yes, I'd love to see a tutorial... In fact, if you'd like someone to "try it out" before you post it, I'd be willing to play guinea pig!!

    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  16. A tutorial for the placemats would be great!
    They're so pretty!

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  17. Lovely Lee....the mats and the quilt are great....a tutorial is always nice...

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  18. LOVE your placemats. A tutorial would be most welcome. Your mom's quilt isn't so far behind. Most of my UFO quilt tops are years old. I love WIP Wednesday. It's giving me some "umpf" to get going again. Thanks so much.

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  19. Looking good Lee! I think you're making more progress than I am. Definitely want a tutorial for the placemats. Those are adorable!

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  20. I've got lots of WIPs too! I 'd love your tutorial. I'm doing a PIF, and I think the placemat would be perfect, not to mention on my own table!

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  21. I would LOVE a tutorial!! :)

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  22. I'd love to see a tutorial for your placemats!

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  23. Darling placements! Cool your swap partner liked them so much! And great to start up again on a UFO!

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  24. The colors in your intersections quilt are gorgeous, can't wait to see more of this! I would love a tutorial for those placemats, my kitchen table is in need of some new mats, these would be great!!

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  25. I would definitely love a tutorial!

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  26. Would LOVE a tutorial! I so enjoyed your quilt-a-long.

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  27. I'd love a tutorial on those mats . . . they look gorgeous!

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  28. I would love a tutorial on those place mats! They are beautiful.

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  29. Yes, a tute would be good. I am all for using my scraps.

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  30. yes yes yes! I would love to see a tutorial on how to make the scrappy placemats!!

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  31. I would love to see a tutorial for the placemats!

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  32. I would love a tutorial for the placemats. I bet they would be great practice for FMQ!

    I love the fabric for the intersections quilt. I can't wait to see how it shapes up!

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  33. Those placemats are awesome. Yes! Please do a tutorial. *chanting* do it, do it, do it!

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  34. "I thought I'd put together a tutorial, if there's interest. Anybody want a tute on this?" Yes, please, me me! I've greatly admired this since you first posted them and would love to see a tutorial. I'm very new to quilting and so I just generally love seeing how things are done. Thanks.

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  35. Love your placemats and would love to see a tutorial on them! Anything to use up scraps and coordinate a look :)

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  36. Your rainbow placemats are beautiful!

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  37. lovely lovely colours and they all work so well together. and those placemats are brilliant!

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  38. I'd definitely be interested in a tut for the placemats, they're great. I really like the fabrics for your mom's quilt, can't wait to see it finished.

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  39. The placemats are so cool. Yes to a tute!

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  40. I would love to see a tutorial for the placemats! they are so cute!

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  41. Those placemats are really stellar.. congrats on getting commissioned! And all that fabric for the king size is lovely.. just makes me cringe a little as I am quilting my own king size right now. Terrifying!!

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  42. A tutorial for those placemats would be great :)

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  44. Please do a "tute" on the placemats. I've been looking for an interesting pattern for placemats and those look like lots of fun. Are they lots of work too?? Oh, my gosh, love the pieces of the intersection quilt. I'm so excited.

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  45. LOVE the scrappy placemats. I need some of those. But then I wouldn't want to let anyone use them!

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  46. i love those scrappy placemats! So cute!

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  47. I would love a tutorial on the placemats. I was convinced that they were coming to me seeing as there is 5 of us but sadly no they didn't come to me - so I guess I'll have to make some for myself....

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  48. Yes, I would love a tutorial, those place mats are great, and would be a beautiful full sized quilt!

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  49. Oh yes please make a tutorial for the placemats. I have been admiring them for a while!

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  50. Placemat tutorial! Placemat tutorial! I haven't made placemats before, but I love those!!!

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  51. I love your rainbow placemats! I would definitely be interested in a tutorial.

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