Tuesday, September 13, 2011

WIP Wednesday #44



Well, I had a productive week and got all kinds of things done! Unfortunately, due to an odd convergence of projects for contests/other people/other blogs, I really can't show you any of it! You'll just have to take my word for it. And unfortunately, it makes a rather dull WIP Wednesday post ...

Completed:

Secret project - Done! Here's a teeny little sneaky peeky. You'll be seeing a lot more of it very soon, I hope!

New:

Mug Rug Madness
Erin at Two More Seconds is hosting another round of Mug Rug Madness, and I'm so excited that she asked me to participate! I'm using Ready Set Snow by Me and My Sister Designs, which is such a fun collection. My tutorial will be running next week, but the blog hop's already started, so head over to Erin's blog to check it out.

Ongoing:

My Connecting Threads fabric contest entry
I've got some rough designs, but none of them are quite ready for their public debut. But you'll be the first to see them when they're ready!

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Summer Sampler
Hope Valley

No progress:
• Farmer's Wife QA (I probably will be putting this QA on hold until after the Connecting Threads contest deadline)
• Skill Builder QA (ditto)
• Kaleidoscope QA
• Figgy Pudding quilt
• Wonky Log Cabin

This week's stats:
Completed projects - 1
New projects - 1
Currently in progress - 9

You're up! Link up any post from the past week featuring any unfinished sewing project. Be sure to link back here to my blog and give the other links some comment lovin'. Hopefully I'll have more to show you next week!


22 comments:

  1. Ooh, do I spy Terrain?? Can't wait to see more!

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  2. Hi Lee. I love Kate Spain's terrain fabric range. Can't wait to see what you have done with it.

    I also have some ready set snow fabric in the pipeline waiting to be made into xmas placemats.

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  3. I can't wait to see the secret project!! It looks so yummy!! And those Christmas fabrics are awesome!! :)

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  4. Terrain--fabulous fabric! And the Christmas fabric is very fun too!

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  5. Thanks for hosting again! Christmas fabric already - I'd better get a move on, I don't know where the summer went. :-)

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  6. Looking forward to seeing the whole of the secret project.
    Lovely Christmas fabric.

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  7. Can't wait to see your secret project and I'll have to run over and check out the mug rug madness as well!

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  8. Loving the sneaky peeky. Looking forward to seeing what you have up that quilting sleeve of yours!

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  9. That quilt is looking great, I hope you can share it soon. I am also looking forward to seeing the fabric designs you come up with!

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  10. I see some Kate Spain in that complete project, can't wait to see!

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  11. So glad to see that you will do a tutorial on mugrugs! I want to make some, but not sure how to start : ) Great work!!

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  12. Looking forward to seeing more of your seceret project. Terrain is really amazing, isn't it? Have a great week!

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  13. Love that sneak peek of Terrain!

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  14. Completed is such a nice word. Doesn't that make you want to jump for Joy. Love the next one in que, those squares are darling

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  15. What a tease you are, but I love your blog, so all is forgiven. I'm in love with Terrain so it will be interesting to see the reveal (at some point in the future).

    Congrats on your accomplishments for the week, even though you can't show them to us. I just like having that example out there in front of me to get going on the sewing!

    Elizabeth E.
    occasionalpiece.wordpress.com

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  16. Can't wait to see your secret project. I bet Moda Bake shop contacted you. If they haven't, they should!

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  17. Well, I sure do love your Terrain quilt, it looks awesome, can't wait to see a bigger pic!!

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  18. i spy terrain in your sneak peek! ooooh to have an excuse to buy some! (and money to do so!)

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  19. Looking good, Lee! Can't wait to see what you've got coming up for us. Good luck finishing up your CT fabric designs.

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  20. A little late this week--thank goodness I'm still on Eastern time! Thanks again for hosting. :)

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  21. Hi Lee! I'm back at it ... your sneak peak looks gorgeous! Glad you could get lots done this week!

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  22. I missed last week due to just being too busy for much computer time. I will come back later to see if you have a post up for this week.
    Your stuff looks great, btw, I don't know about mug rugs but I would really like to make some placemats. I have plenty of material to make them with, it's just getting to it!

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