Wednesday, November 2, 2011

WIP Wednesday: Rerun

Okay, seriously. Working on one secret project for two straight weeks makes for some BOR-ing WIP posts. Sorry! I promise there will be more to see here next week. Although I'm pretty sure I said the same thing last week. In the meantime, please enjoy some lovely recycled photos. (But you loved them so much that you can't wait to see them again, right?)

Ongoing:


Secret project - I finished the blocks tonight, so I just need to put the top together and make the back, and it will be off to the long-arm quilter.

Completed tops awaiting quilting:

Hope Valley

No progress:
• Halloween quilt (Yes, I am stubbornly still intending to work on this as soon as I get half a chance—if I don't, I'll just be in the same boat next year!)

Farmer's Wife - Week 5

• Farmer's Wife QA (*sigh*—still on hold)
• Skill Builder QA (ditto)
• Kaleidoscope QA
• Figgy Pudding quilt
• Wonky Log Cabin

This week's stats:
Completed projects - 0
New projects - 0
Currently in progress - 10

Okay, give me what you've got! Link up your WIPs below, and have a productive week.



24 comments:

  1. I really like the color scheme you used on your summer sampler. I saw some variations and this is one of my favorites

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  2. I love the secret project fabric! Can't wait to see!

    Thanks for hosting!

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  3. I absolutely love that second pic, the light shining through the quilt top is just beautiful.

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  4. I do love your photo of your FW blocks in your gorgeous grass, always nice to see that one again :) I totally feel you on the monotony - here's to finishing your quilt top today!!

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  5. love your farmer's wife blocks! so cute!

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  6. oh, what a nice quilt top! it looks so pretty with the sun shining through!

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  7. That's a great photo of your summer sampler quilt! That will be gorgeous when you get to quilt it.

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  8. I love that picture of your Summer Series! So pretty!

    And I can't wait to see the secret project!! Yea!

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  9. Oh I love seeing the green grass in your FW pic! We had our first snow here on Saturday, so I don't think there will be much more of that around here for quite some time! Can't wait to see more!

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  10. your 10 projects in the works makes me feel better not being done with the 5 in progress I have and the 3 done but waiting in line to be quilted.
    Karen

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  11. The pictures are gorgeous! I love your determination to finish the halloween quilt :) Oh and look you're only 20 off 1000 followers! will there be cake?! :)

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  12. Thanks for hosting and your completed tops are beautiful!

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  13. I love that you are still making the Halloween quilt. It is true...if you don't do it then you'll just be stuck next year! Go you...maybe just aim for the end of November?

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  14. I love the fabrics you used in the Summer Sampler series! I think we will all cheer for you when you finish your Halloween quilt (and then hopefully follow suit and finish off something on our lists)!

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  15. Love that picture of your Summer Sampler!

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  16. Your posts are never boring!
    I'm thankful to be able to link up with you each week.

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  17. That's a great picture of your Summer Sampler top! :)

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  18. Love your summer sampler,so beautiful!!

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  19. Your Summer Sampler pic is so beautiful! Like frameworthy. Keep it up, girl!
    p.s. I'm behind, so great job on the bee blocks. They're lovely.

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  20. I don't usually like basket blocks,but I like yours :) (Bottom right block)

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  21. I am going to get my projects out and see how many I have in progress. It will probably be too many for me to talk about, out of embarrassment. LOL

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  22. You better finish off that gorgeous Hope Valley quilt or I'm going to find out where you live and swipe it!! It is my favorite quilt of all time - and I'm not just saying that. IT IS!!

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  23. congratulations on one year on this link-up!! i really appreciate that you do it. i've found so many cool blogs and amazing quilts that i wouldn't have otherwise. and i love getting the chance to share my work with a larger audience. thanks again, and here's to another year of WIP wednesdays!

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