Tuesday, October 4, 2011

WIP Wednesday #46 ... PLUS!

Update: My fabric collection is now up on the Connecting Threads blog! If you are so inclined, head over there and tell them how many dozens of yards of it you plan to buy. : )

Time for another WIP Wednesday! But before we get to the WIPs, check it out ...

My first Moda Bake Shop project is live today! I am so ridiculously excited about this! You got a sneak peek at my Cross-Terrain Quilt a few weeks ago, but now you can see the whole thing ... and make one of your own, too. So head over there and check it out. Don't worry, we'll wait.

Okay, all done? Now back to our regularly scheduled programming.

New projects:
Sewing Summit preparations - I can't believe I'm getting on a plane in two days! And that I'll get to hang with so many bloggy friends! I'm hopping up and down while I'm typing this—that's how excited I am. Want the blow-by-blow from SLC? I'll be tweeting my little thumbs off the whole weekend, so follow my Twitter feed for all the details.

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Summer Sampler
Hope Valley

No progress:
• Farmer's Wife QA (still on hold)
• Skill Builder QA (yep, ditto)
• Kaleidoscope QA
• Figgy Pudding quilt
• Wonky Log Cabin

This week's stats:
Completed projects - 1 (bee blocks)
New projects - 1
Currently in progress - 10

That's it from me until next week—can't wait to see some of you in SLC! In the meantime, link up those WIPs, peeps. Any post from the past week with an unfinished project is fair game. Please link back here to my blog in your post, and have a wonderful Wednesday!


64 comments:

Sel's Quilting Blog said...

Very very gorgeous - and great for using up those pesky jelly rolls just sitting around, taking up space!

Thanks for hosting WIP Wednesday yet again - I love looking through the blogs at other people's WIPs.

tusen said...

Congratulations! It looks lovely.

Debbie said...

Very very cool that you have a bake shop "recipe" - it's beautiful!

felicity said...

oh mah gah! Congratulations, Lee! You've had a log going on lately. Bravo!

kelly said...

it's gorgeous, lee! really makes me want to buy a jelly roll, which i've never done before :). you're awesome.

felicity said...

p.s. you may just have given me a reason to (finally) sign up for Twitter.

Angela said...

oh I love this pattern! I may have found a use for my one jelly roll I own. ;) This is exactly where my brain has been lately too.

KnottedFingers said...

It's GORGEOUS!!

Also I hope you don't mind someone who crafts but not quilts joining your WIP-Wednesday :)

Live a Colorful Life said...

Your Moda Bake Shop quilt is gorgeous. I SO love Terrain and it looks fabulous in that pattern!

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

Super duper nice! Will look forward to giving it a go :)

Cille said...

Stunning.... I really like it. It's on my want-to-do-asap list.

Kerry said...

Congrats Lee- great pattern, lovely and bright against the white!

Brigitte Heitland said...

Looks so fresh like a breeze of summer

Elizabeth D. said...

So awesome, love your Cross-Terrain quilt!! So glad it's finally up at MBS, yay :) And I'm still pinching myself about TSS being this week, I'm super excited, too!

Toni said...

Love the new quilt! Those colors really look great against the white. You have been incredibly busy!

Marg said...

Congratulations, it's fabulous! Love it. I have a jelly roll or two in my stash that would be perfect for it.

Becky said...

wow, you weren't kidding about being busy! I love the Bake shop project. It reminds me of a bracelet. I'm off to check it out and bookmark it in my to-do list, wohoo!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Fantastic! Well done you, it's gorgeous :) Have fun at the Sewing Summit!

Sandy said...

Have missed you all, so happy to be back. This quilt........is my absolute favorite.

M-R said...

Congrats, Lee! That's a great project!

CityHouseStudio said...

Your MBS quilt is just gorgeous, I will definitely need to make this quilt!

jlk said...

Love your MBS quilt! I just happen to have a Terrain jelly roll sitting around :)

LynCC said...

Hey, that's really neat that you've got a Bake Shop piece!!

Jessica said...

wow! Congrats on your Moda Bake Shop piece! I just love it to pieces!! I think I've said it a million times, but I'll say it again, I'm so so uber jealous of you guys going to the Sewing Summit!!! Have an amazing time, can't wait to hear all about it!

Jess said...

the Bake Shop quilt is lovely! I didn't put two and two together until I got here :)

Sharon Pernes said...

That quilt is beautiful

A.J. Dub. said...

Love the new quilt Lee! Congrats on the bake shop spot.

MN2NM said...

LOVE the MBS project. It's definitely going on the to do list! Can't wait to hear all about the Sewing Summit. Reading about the preparations all over blogland, I'm getting excited for the recap posts already :)

Tina ~ Seaside Stitches said...

Your Bake Shop pattern is terrific! It looks like it would be fun to piece. And who doesn't love Kate Spain?!

beaquilter said...

you used a jelly roll? how cool, where is the pattern?

beaquilter said...

never mind I found it and downloaded the pdf, blonde moment! LOL

├Žble said...

What a cute pattern! Oh darn, I now have another quilt on the list to do.

Janine said...

Love your CT quilt. I'm not usually mad about jelly rolls but this is fab!

Marcia - Crafty Sewing and Quilting said...

Congratulations! Beautiful Quilt! Just linked up. Already hopped over to a few blogs this morning. Thanks for hosting!

jmniffer said...

Your MBS quilt looks wonderful. I'm off to check out the tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

Lisa Ann said...

Your projects are always beautiful! I'm so excited for your pattern at the Bakeshop...it is so nice!

Becky said...

Congrats on the bake shop!! I love that fabric line. I bet it was super fun working with it!! Looks fantastic!

Archie the wonder dog said...

Gorgeous pattern!!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Love the quilt Lee...super job

elizabeth said...

YOur bakeshop pattern looks great!

Gina said...

I'm so excited for you! First the fabric line design and now Moda! Fantastic! Your work is beautiful! Congratulations!

Svetlana said...

congrats on the Moda bake shop! The quilt looks wonderful!!!

Kristin said...

I love the Bake Shop quilt. How cute is that!

Rebecca said...

LOVE the quilt! Congrats on getting your 'recipe' published!

Connie said...

Beautiful quilt and congrats on your first (of many) Moda Bake shop quilts!

occasionalpiece said...

Congrats on the Bake Shop, and thanks again for hosting WIP Wednesday.

When you go to Salt Lake, head to Cafe Trio and say hi to my newest relative (Casey Lippincott, who married my nephew last month). They have amazing food, and are casual dining, so it's perfect for a crowd. http://www.triodining.com/

Elizabeth E.
Have fun in SLC! One of my favorite cities.

Katie B. said...

Goodness, Lee! There certainly are some exciting things going on around here! Congrats on the tutorial! I love it!!!

Leanne said...

Congratulations! It is a lovely quilt, and I love those fabrics.

Marsha S said...

oh my goodness! I was surprised to read that you've only been quilting for 4 years. I've been at it 2 years but will never come close to the talent that you have.

Alli said...

Your pattern is so pretty! Congratulations on having your first project in the bake shop! :)

Dee said...

Hoorah for you! That is one beautiful quilt! I really like and will be going over for a looksee later!

Dee

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I love your Moda Bake Shop quilt!! Congrats!!! That is just so exciting. I get super excited every time I release a new one, the high just doesn't seem to wear off :)

Susan said...

Your first Bake Shop project is wonderful! Congratulations to you - you've been a very busy gal with working on this and your Connecting Threads fabric line. :) By the way - I finally finished my Supernova!

Scrap,Quilt, Preach said...

That is a great bakeshop quilt. I will have to go print it out and pick appropriate fabrics and start it this weekend!

Jenniffier said...

Congrats on the lovely fabric design and your beautiful moda bakeshop project.

Kelli said...

I am so jealous about Sewing Summit! I love your MBS project and can't imagine you've had much sleep lately. Wow! You are amazing.

Chelsea said...

Congrats on the bakery job! Love the quilt!

Rachel said...

Congrats on your first Moda Bake Shop project! Love it made with Terrain fabrics.

ThirdMargaret said...

You are so talented!! Your quilt is gorgeous, and what's not to love about Terrain?! Perfect combination.

Linz said...

Wow Lee! It's a great week for you, isn't it!! :) Beautiful quilt for moda and beautiful fabric for Connecting Threads!! Congratulations!!

Have fun at the Summit!!

Pam - said...

Congratulations, Lee, your Moda Bakeshop quilt is beautiful. Naturally, it's on my Must Make list! Have a great trip!

amy smart said...

Stunning Bake Shop quilt, Lee! You have a crazy week this week! So excited to meet you at TSS. Travel safe!

Jules said...

Lee i just adore your terrain quilt. i just saw it at moda bakeshop. congratulations on being featured. great tutorial.

Lynne said...

Congratulations on the Moda Bake Shop gig - the quilt is stunning!

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