Wednesday, May 16, 2012

WIP Wednesday: While I'm Packing

Just one more day until I leave for Market! I am so excited! I've never been to Quilt Market, but I hear it's quite a spectacle. I can't wait to see it for myself and meet lots of quilty bloggy friends. In the meantime, here's what I've been up to as I scramble to get ready to go.

By the way, I'll be tweeting and Instagram-ing from Market, so follow me in both places! My Twitter feed is here, and I'm "freshlypieced" on Instagram. If you don't have the Instagram app, you can also follow on Webstagram to see pictures of fabric, fabric, and more fabric! You can find my feed here

Summersville and Essex Linen
Completed projects:
Summersville pillow - All done, but you'll have to wait a few more weeks to see the rest of this one.

NY Beauty Swap - a start
New projects:
New York Beauty Swap - I joined a New York Beauty swap among a few friends and got that underway this week. My partner seems to have pretty similar taste to me, and especially loves bright, clear colors, so I'm hoping this will be right up her alley. : )

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

Now it's your turn to link up! Here are the rules:

1. Link up any post from the past week that features at least one unfinished work-in-progress (WIP)
2. Somewhere in your post, link back here to my blog. (Or grab my WIP Wednesday button for your sidebar.)
3. Comment on at least a few of the other links—because what fun is a linky party without comments?

That's it! Have a wonderful week!

25 comments:

  1. Have a wonderful time at Market. I'm guessing blogland might be a bit quiet with everyone busy there.

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  2. The pillow looks interesting and your NYB is a beauty so far. Enjoy your time at Market.

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  3. Your New York Beauty is looking great! Have a fantastic time at Market!

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  4. The New York Beauty is spectacular - you swap partner is bound to love it. I just bought the whole summerville fq bundle - it is lovely - looking forward to see your pillow.

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  5. Have a great time at Market. Look forward to seeing the rest of that pillow, I love Summersville!

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  6. The NYB is fantastic! The colors are gorgeous together!

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  7. Love the sneak peek of your Summersville pillow, so cute! And your NY Beauty progress is looking great, too, lucky partner :) See you tomorrow in KC!!

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  8. Hope you have fun at market!! I love the sneak peek of the Summersville cushion, can't wait to see the rest!!

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  9. Have fun at Market!!!! Everything looks awesome!!

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  10. Love your WIP-I have got to get myself some of that Summersville!! Too cute! Enjoy your time at Market!

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  11. The projects are looking good.

    As to Market, it will be my 1st time attending too! I'm so excited!!!!
    You MUST come to the Modern Meet-Up on Saturday night as well.

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  12. Great New yourk Beauty block. The colors are awesome. Have a nice time at market!

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  13. Woot! Woot! For quilt market {my first time too!}...I'll be there and it looks like we might be going to dinner together! YAY! See you then...

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  14. Oooh, have a blast at Market :o)

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  15. I like the materials in the first picture.
    I'm getting there with some of my projects, but oh gosh, I have so many already started and that I want to get started!

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  16. Have fun at Market!

    What a tease you are once again! I am intrigued by the pillow!!!

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  17. Love the colors in your New York beauty. Jealous of your trip to market...enjoy!

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  18. Hey Lee...have a great time at Quilt Market.....if you stop by the Fabric Cupboard booth....say hi to Jackie. She owns my favorite local quilt shop...they do everything there and carry lots of goodies.

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  19. Hope the market goes well! How sneaky! =D

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  20. I'll be at market on Friday and I'd love to meet you, Lee. It would be nice to say thank you in person for your Super Nova quilt-along! How might I locate you?

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  21. Have a great time at market and we look forward to your return. And of course, we are all extrememly jealous and wish we were in your shoes. Sigh. I'll live vicariously through all the posts and photos around Blogland!

    Elizabeth

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  22. Thank you for this opportunity to display unfinished things every week. I have started a new linky called 'Sunday Stash' where folks can display their latest lovelies. Please feel free to join up on Sundays. http://findingfifth.blogspot.com.au/p/sunday-stash.html

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  23. Have fun at market! Wish I was there...but alas Ireland is the big trip next month.

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