Wednesday, April 11, 2012

WIP Wednesday: In High Gear

It's been an action-packed week around here. Easter, baseball opening day, spring break for the kids—there was something for everybody this week. The dog even went in to have her teeth cleaned (that's about as exciting as it gets for her these days). But I managed to sneak in a little sewing time as well.

Ongoing Projects: 

Back of Going Coastal quilt
Going Coastal - on the sewing front, this project right here was basically my entire week. And I can't show it to you just yet. But I'm almost done quilting it, and I'm eager to finish it off. I should be able to post it within a few days of finishing it up.

• New York Beauty QA
• Gen X Quilters' Charmed Prints QA
• Halloween quilt
• Farmer's Wife QA
• Figgy Pudding quilt

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

So, you know the drill: Link up any post from the past week featuring a work in progress. Then comment, comment, comment. Have a wonderful week!

P.S. The winners of Monday's pay-it-forward giveaway are Patti of Retired to Quilt and Taryn of From Pixels to Patchwork. I'm looking forward to making something for you ladies! Thank you to everyone who expressed an interest! : )


Debbie said...

Looks like a fun quilt you have going there!

themodernhomeeconomist said...

What a fantastic idea. I am hoping to get my post of my WIP quilt done in time!

Live a Colorful Life said...

All that plaid looks intriguing. Anxious to see the whole project!

capitolaquilter said...

It feels good to get through the FMQ doesn't it? I'm at the same stage on my WIP.

Ginny said...

Love this line of fabric, just bought some this week for a future project - birthday gift for a friend. Can't wait to see yours! Thanks for the linky party!

Elizabeth Dackson said...

I love that plaid! Definitely a gorgeous fabric for a backing :) Can't wait to see more!

KristyLou said...

I love that plaid mixture. I can't wait to see what it is :)

M-R said...

What a fun mix of plaids! Looking forward to seeing the whole thing, Lee!

Jessica said...

Love that plaid! Can't wait to see the whole thing!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Great plaid Lee....will be waiting to see the finish.

Leanne said...

Your quilt looks wonderful!

Heidi @ Buttons and Butterflies said...

Just that little snippet makes me want to see more!!!

Katy Cameron said...

I love that going coastal line, looking forward to seeing the finished result :o)

Erin @ Why Not Sew? Quilts said...

the quilting looks great and i love the fabric! can't wait to see it.

Ellen said...

Thanks for the chance to link to your party! I can't wait to see the rest of your Going Coastal quilt - it looks like a quilt that is sure to make people smile.

OPQuilt said...

I have some Going Coastal--so it will be fun to see what's cooking in Lee's quilting kitchen with this fabric. Thanks again for hosting us all.

Mike Pearson said...

I hate being the last one :) but I work so late!

Beth said...

I'm excited to see your reveal. Thanks for a great link party.

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