Wednesday, May 2, 2012

WIP Wednesday: Squaring Up

It's been a busy week for me—I'm getting ready for not one but two blog hops later this week. Between that, the tote I made as a last-minute gift for a friend, and the usual kid-related chaos around the house, I haven't had time for much else!

Ongoing projects:
Cathedral Square quilt - this quilt features the block I designed for Quiltmaker magazine's 100 Blocks special issue. I'm loving it in (mostly) Flea Market Fancy! I'll be showing you a couple of different layout options for this block in my stop on the 100 Blocks blog hop, coming your way tomorrow.

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

This week's stats:
New projects - 1 (my Chevron tote)
Completed projects - 1 (Chevron tote again)
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!


21 comments:

  1. pretty! there seem to be so many wonderful blocks in that magazine - I need to go get one!! I love the fabrics and the layout. I'll look for you in print. well, otherthanblog print. :-)

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  2. I just got the magazine today--your block is great!

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  3. Very nice block, especially in FMF!

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  4. I need to get a copy of the magazine there looks to be so many great blocks in it. Your block looks great in the FMF.

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  5. Oooh, your FMF block sneak peek is just lovely!! Can't wait to see more :)

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  6. That block is gorgeous!!!!! Wow!

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  7. Quilt block looks so pretty!

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  8. The fabrics you have in that block are wonderful Lee. You always pick such fresh fabric...love it.

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  9. What a pretty block! I had to go to the fabric store today anyway. Guess I will be adding that mag to my list! :)

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  10. Great block Lee!! Love the FMF with the Farmdale, so cute! Great tote, anything with chevron can't be anything less than awesome in my book :-)

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  11. oh I am trying hard not to fall for FMF but the more I see it the more I do! Loving your chevron tote too! I just adore chevron fabric so beautiful.

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  12. I do wish I had your sewing skills!
    Whew! I have projects just piling up and need to force myself around everything else to get things done!

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  13. So they're keeping you on the hop then? ;o) Sorry, couldn't resist! Love the sneak peek of the block

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  14. Thanks for the teaser! I'm excited to see what's to come!

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  15. I love the sneak peek of your block!

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  16. LOVE your block too! And I LOVE this link up!! So much creativity out there! THANK YOU!!!

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  17. Hey Lee, how do you do a blog hop? Sounds like fun. Thanks so much for your link up -- its so great to get to know all the other bloggers out there!!

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  18. LOVE the block Lee... Love it.

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  19. Love that block, Lee! Awesome fabric choices. :)

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