Wednesday, January 16, 2013

WIP Wednesday: Colorful Progress

WIPWednesday
Got WIPs? You know I do. : )

Summer Sampler Series Mosaic block First up—more Summer Sampler! I'm teaching all of the Summer Sampler Series blocks over the next few months as part of my "Modern Sampler" class at a local quilt store. I've got a great group of ladies in this class and I'm so looking forward to making this quilt again with all of them. And in solids this time around! The block above is the Mosaic block.

Making progress on a baby quilt Finally made some progress on this very overdue baby quilt. My design was completely inspired by Adrianne's incredible "Rebel Amish" quilt.

Bundle for my next pattern And I'm itching to dig into this little stack, which is destined for my next pattern quilt. : )

You've got WIPs too, right? Whatever you're sewing, link it up here. Just remember 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?



33 comments:

  1. Adrianne's rebel Amish quilt is so amazing, and I am really loving where your interpretation is going! Can't wait to see it finished. :D

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  2. Loving that Mosaic block in the solids, Lee. Am jealous of those ladies in your class! :)

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  3. LOVE every single photo there! You will be pleased to know that I have posted about starting your Kissing Fish quilt......crazy stuff!

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  4. Your block is awesome! Such a lovely colors.

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  5. I love that sampler block, such bright colours! It's making me want to make a florescent coloured quilt - how 80s retro would that be?!

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  6. How fun to teach the Summer Sampler. Love the colors and the gray background. That baby quilt is going to be gorgeous. Can't wait to see what the pattern is for that yummy fabric stack.

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  7. I'll have to try the Sampler since I want to make a lot of different blocks in the coming months. The block and quilt are beautiful! Thanks for hosting!

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  8. I love your summer sampler. Very bright and cheerful!

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  9. I just love your triangles quilt - what a cute baby quilt that will be!

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  11. I am loving the solids mosaic block. I'm glad you shared that one. I am pulling fabrics for a quilt made of solids right now. I had a hard time decided between Kona black or grey for the background and I was really leaning towards grey. Your block has helped finalize my decision to go with grey. It looks great!

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  12. I love the mosaic block in solids. So striking!

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  13. The colors in your mosaic block remind me of ice cream sherbets... such happy colors!

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  14. You do such lovely work and put fresh, happy colors and prints together! Love coming here to see what you're working on!

    Thanks for hosting the linky party every week!

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  15. I'm loving the summer sampler block. Great colors.

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  16. It's nice to see the Summer Sampler again! and that new stack of fabrics - can't wait to see that become a quilt!

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  17. Your mosaic block is just gorgeous! Love those colors.

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  18. I wish I could go to your Modern Sampler class! It looks like it will be so fun. You'll have to do a little recap, if you have the time :)

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  19. I love love love your summer sampler block, perfect color combo! I also love the beautiful stack of fabric you are going to use for your next pattern, can't wait to see that!
    Amanda

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  20. Your work is always inspiring, Lee. I haven't linked up for a while but will try to get my act together and write a post.

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  21. Love that fabric stack! It will certainly make an awesome quilt, and great pattern, I'm sure!

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  22. I love your projects!! You are so good with color. Your summer sampler block is especially fun!!

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  23. Such gorgeous colours and patterns! It's my second time linking up with WIP Wednesdays and I like it!

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  24. Thanks, Lee, for running this inspiring WIP Wednesday again this week. I added my linky. I love to see all the beautiful work. Love your solid summer sampler block, the rebel Amish and the pretty fabrics. Looking forward to seeing the new pattern you make with these fabrics ... :) Pat

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  25. That's an awesome looking stack coming up!

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  26. You are braver than me with all of those triangles! ha! can't wait to see the finished quilt!

    and thanks for hosting such a fun linky party!

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  27. good luck with your list Lee!
    love the stack and triangles!

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  28. I love that gray and solids block!

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  29. I can't wait to see what you do with that lovely rainbow stack of fabrics. :) The baby quilt is looking great too!

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  30. Holy 222th link, Batman! This WIP sure has grown!

    Love the solid SSS block! How fun that you are teaching! I love to teach sewing. I keep telling myself that there will be plenty of time to do stuff after the kids are a bit older. "enjoy it now, enjoy it now, enjoy it now..." Right? :)

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  31. I love the WiP baby quilt, one of my most favourite, favourite people ever is having a baby. I think you may have just inspired me to get cracking on a quilt for her little one!

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  32. I love that block. I'm working on something pretty similar in solids for a bee block. I'm thinking that it would make a pretty awesome quilt.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mandamadequilts/8387431823/

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