Wednesday, June 26, 2013

WIP Wednesday: Chevrons and Mid-Mod

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Let's do this thing.

Still working on nephew Jack's baby quilt. I finished all the gray chevron strips and I'm moving on to the green and blue now.

Business and Leisure by Allison Bielke for Modern Yardage
Next up is a quilt with this fabulous fabric from the "Business and Leisure" line by Allison Bielke for Modern Yardage. Allison is a friend from the Milwaukee Modern Quilt Guild, not to mention a very talented designer who takes a lot of her inspiration from mid-century modern design. I'm so excited to work with her fabric on this next project!

Check out some of Allison's city print fabrics, too—like Paris Chicago, and (of course) Milwaukee. Love! And you can buy them all right here, from Modern Yardage, an exciting new kind of fabric company that I hope to devote an entire post to in the future.

Patterns!
And last but not least, check out the massive pattern shipment that arrived at my house yesterday! This isn't even half of it. : ) I got my Wisconsin business registration a few days ago as well, so I guess between these two things, I am now officially official.

What are you working on? Here are the linky 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 the WIP Wednesday button for your sidebar.)
3. Comment on at least a few of the other WIP Wednesday links.

(Reminder: Internet Explorer users may have trouble linking up. If so, try downloading the free Chrome or Firefox browsers, and that should solve your problem.)


23 comments:

  1. I have been reading about Modern Yardage in a couple of places. It looks very exciting. Definitely going to check that one out. And yay on all the patterns!

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  2. What a fantastic fabric line!!! And well done on your patterns...can't wait for your book to come out!!!

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  3. Love how the baby quilt is coming together gorgeous!

    Well done on the patterns - exciting! :)

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  4. Those grey chevrons are so precise and gorgeous! Can't wait to see it with the blues and greens. :) It's going to be stunning!
    I love those colors in that fabric line, as well. Wonderful!

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  5. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the fabrics from the business and leisure line - they are such strong prints. Congratulations on becoming "Official" :)

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  6. Love those fabrics, congrats on becoming official too!

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  7. Chevron is looking good! Pretty fabrics indeed.

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  8. Congrats on being officially official. Love how the baby quilt is comeing along.

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  9. Congrats on all the beautiful patterns and your business license!!! You must be VERY happy:)


    Fantastic chevron quilt progress!

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  10. Congratulations on your business registration - what a great thing to do!
    And WooHoo on the patterns! :)

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  11. Congrats on the business license and the patterns, Lee. That's so exciting! Wonderful fabrics to play with -- lucky you!

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  12. I LOVE your chevron quilt! Definitely seeing one like it in my future :)

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  13. Love how it's coming together. It'll be gorgeous!

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  14. So those boxes are the proofs for your book? That must be really exciting to see your hard work get to this point. I'll have to go and check out the yardage, as it's always nice to find something new. And all your other projects are looking great--you have a lot going on!

    Elizabeth E.
    opquilt.com

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  15. Love those fabrics and the baby quilt is looking gorgeous.
    Congratulations on becoming official :)

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  16. Love the chevrons - so cute! He's a lucky baby.

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  17. The chevron quilt is going to be gorgeous! I managed to link up today - yay! :o)

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  18. Wow, great news! Congratulations! I discovered Modern Yardage this week too, there fabric are just fantastic but a bit expensive once you have added postage to here sadly. Thanks for another great linky party

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  19. Congrats on becoming officially official! Can't wait for the finished chevron quilt, it's going to be gorgeous!

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  20. May I ask where you get your printing done? I've priced out a number of places, and all of them are too high to make a buck when selling to distributors...

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  21. Jack's baby quilt is going to be amazing! Can't wait to see the progress on it.

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