Wednesday, September 19, 2012

WIP Wednesday: Getting It Together

Why, hello, Wednesday—where did you come from? It snuck up on me again, you guys! And I don't have a lot to show you this week, since I basically spent the past seven days just finishing up my Candy Coated quilt.

Candy Coated quilt
Click here to check out the finished quilt. It was a fun one!

But I've got a brand new stack of fabric that I'm cutting into later today. This quilt will be a gift for a certain long-hoped-for baby. Yes, there are some narwhals in there—and apparently I'm really digging the whole gray/yellow/etc. color scheme lately!

So I'm relying on you all to make up for my lack of WIPpy-ness by linking up your own WIP posts! 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, you must 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 WIP Wednesday links. Because what fun is a linky party without comments? : )

Happy Wednesday, everybody!



34 comments:

  1. Your candy coated quilt is beautiful. I love your colour pallet at the moment. so pretty!

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  2. The orange / grey combination is lovely. I just don't have enough greys (yet!)

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  3. love love love those colours :) gorgeous.

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  4. Ah, but Lee--you've had a week liked most of us do. I am always amazed at the things you get done, so one week isn't anything to judge by. And I always like seeing quilts in progress--even quilts that have been completed and blogged about at some other time.

    Whatever did you do with your Madrona Road (shown last week)? Is it tucked away for inspiration to strike?

    Elizabeth E.
    opquilt.com

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  5. The candy quilt turned out great, and love the new fabrics you've chosen for the baby quilt.

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  6. Thanks for hosting. I commented in the
    Finished quilt the other day. I just loves the fabrics you used. The new bundle is very pretty too.

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  7. Lee -- Love the Candy Coated Quilt -- precious. Thanks for hosting the party!

    Karen

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  8. I love that candy coated quilt! I've been looking at that book for a while now and I'll have to secure it on my wish list! I also really like that fabric stack! Those colors and fabrics play so well together I can't wait to see what you end up with!

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  9. Beautiful candy coated quilt!! I love those colors. Hurray for narwhals in the baby quilt!

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  10. I think that all fabric stashes need a narwhal. Great colours!

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  11. oh, your candy coated quilt is gorgeous!!!! I so must make one soon! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  12. LOVE the colors in your quilt :) Thanks for hosting as always!!! :)

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  13. I so do not need anymore fabric, but I could seriously change my mind with your lovely stack of prints. Love the colors!!!!

    blessings, jill

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  14. Love the colours of your Candy Coated, Lee!

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  15. Candy coated turned out beautifully and I am loving the pinks, greys and yellows you picked for the new quilt. Very fresh!

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  16. Love the quilt top and the fabric for the next one. You sure have a nice eye for color!

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  17. Happy Wednesday, Lee! I'm in love with your color and print choices for this quilt top. Thanks again for hosting!

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  18. Love your quilt and the fabric stack for your next quilt is my current favorite color palette......cute prints!!

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  19. I am digging the color scheme too!!!!!!! Love it!!!

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  20. Oooh, lovely stack of fabric to cut into next :o)

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  21. THANKS FOR SHARING>COLORS ARE GREAT!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  22. I love the yellows and greys you're using -- beautiful!

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  23. Your fabric choices are gorgeous! They are just what my stash needs! Love seeing simple quilt patterns paired with gorgeous fabrics =D

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  24. I can't wait to see your baby quilt! I can't believe I am linking at #144! Blogland and bloggers have all been busy this week, that's for sure. Lots of browsing and blog hopping opportunities. Thanks for the linking party!

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  25. Your Candy Coated quilt is gorgeous! I can't wait to see the baby quilt either, great stack of fabrics!

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  26. Love your Candy Coated quilt . . . terrific group of fabrics. And the next group looks good too. Glad I found your WIP Wednesday's. They are a lot of fun seeing what everyone is up to. Thanks for creating it.

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  27. Lee, thanks for hosting this every week. I love to come see what everyone else is doing, find new blogs, and look at your posts. Love the fabric you're cutting into.

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  28. I do love your Candy coated, and yes yellow and grey is SO beautiful together!

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  29. Love the color palette you've chosen! I've been drawn to these colors too lately!

    Thanks, as always, for hosting!

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  30. Yellow and grey are beautiful... No wonder you're drawn to those colors. Your quilts are stunning, Lee.

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