Wednesday, May 9, 2012

WIP Wednesday: Screen Time


Well, it's been a good week and I've been mondo productive—except that it seems all my sewing-related progress has taken place behind a computer instead of at a sewing machine. I have been designing like a crazy woman, you guys. So much so that I'm wondering how I'm going to find time to actually sew all of these designs. Unfortunately that means there isn't lot to show you today, but yes, I have been productive. And I'm hoping to stay on this roll right up until I leave for Quilt Market in a little over a week. Lots to finish up before I get to go play!

Cathedral Square quilt
Completed projects:
Cathedral Square quilt - I've basically been clubbing everybody over the head with this one, so you may have seen it already. : ) On the off-chance you missed it, deets are here.

Summersville
New projects:
Summersville - On my sewing table right this minute: Summersville, Essex Linen, and Thangles. Oh yes, I am armed and dangerous! Not quite sure yet if it'll be a pillow or a mini-quilt or what. Regardless, I think it'll be yummy.

Back-Burner:
• Gen X Quilters' Charmed Prints QA
• Halloween quilt
• Farmer's Wife QA
• Figgy Pudding quilt

This week's stats:
New projects - 1
Completed projects - 1
Currently in progress - 6

You know the drill—link up any post from the past week featuring a Work In Progress (WIP). Link back here in your own post, and comment comment comment. Have a wonderful week!

20 comments:

  1. I think your Cathedral Square quilt in Flea Market Fancy is gorgeous! I love your block in the magazine. And can't wait to see what you come up with Summersville and thangles!

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  2. Loving the Cathedral Square quilt - so gorgeous!

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  3. Your new bundle looks very promising - can't wait to see what you do with it. This has got to be the next best phase in quilting - lining up fabric and ponder about what to make of it. Or at least I think so. Doesn't beat the binding though...

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  4. Looking great, Lee! Cant wait to see what you do with Summersville. It looks like such a fun line.

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  5. Can't wait to see what you've been designing!

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  6. Your quilt is beautiful! Show it off at every chance :)
    I love Summersville and look forward to seeing that and the results of all this computer time!

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  7. Your quilt is wonderful Lee. Always neat and fresh...good luck at Market.

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  8. I am linking to your WIP Wednesday for the first time. I have started and finished a new project this week.
    Celine

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  9. Love your cathedral quilt Lee! So jealous you're going to quilt market!

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  10. I am itching to sew with my Summersville but haven't decided on a project yet. I might make some of Nova's fabric bowls combined with linen. Your cathedral square quilt is amazing

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  11. I don't think I've told you yet how muc I love the cathedral windows quilt! It's fantastic,. Can't wait to see what els
    You have up your sleeve.

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  12. Loving the cathedral squares, and can't wait to see what that Summersville turns into!

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  13. I am so late getting my post up today!

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  14. Love the cathedral squares and the Summersville fabric is lush. This is my first ever link as I have been lurking and enjoying all the wonderful inspiration up to this point.

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  15. Hey Lee, I love the cathedral squares quilt. I want to thank you for the link up. I started a blog a few weeks ago and it has been a great source of traffic for me :)

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  16. Great quilt! Will be watching to see what you make with the Thangles and those fabrics =D

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  17. that square was the one that took me from maybe to yes, I want that magazine. :-)

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  18. thank you for hosting W I P wednesday
    It is so fun to see every ones projects

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