Carolyn Friedlander's new book Savor Each Stitch is uh-mazing.
Emily Herrick's Rustique collection for Michael Miller.
Heather Ross's line Far, Far Away is being released on quilting cotton for the first time by Windham. Yay!
Diary of a Quilter gave a great schoolhouse session for her book, Fabulously Fast Quilts.
A Quilter's Mixology by Angela Pingel of Cut to Pieces—this book is such a fresh, original take on Drunkard's Path blocks and curved piecing. Angela's Schoolhouse session actually made me excited about curved piecing for the first time ever! For real!
Oh yeah, the Cotton + Steel collections really do live up to the hype. Everything these ladies do is just so ... smart. I want to grow up to be them someday. : )
Cut to Pieces, Kaye of Miss Print, Anna of Noodlehead, Allison of Cluck Cluck Sew, Ashley of Film in the Fridge (and her crazy-cute daughter Hazel), Faith of Fresh Lemons Quilts, Amanda of Crazy Mom Quilts, and Amy of Diary of a Quilter.
My WIP Wednesday Market Wrap-Up has been brought to you by Marmalade Fabrics. Marmalade is running the second year of its Around the Color Wheel monthly bundles. You can subscribe in 1/2 yards of FQs, or you can purchase the bundles individually (past bundles are still available!). Marmalade even has a special program for buyers outside the U.S. to save you on shipping. Check out all of Marmalde's bundles right here.
Giveaway: This week Marmalde is giving away one Around the Color Wheel bundle for May, in the Ruby Red colorway. To enter, just leave a comment answering this question: "When purchasing fabric bundles, what do you consider the perfect size/amount of fabric per bundle?" a) 12 fat quarters; b) 6 fat quarters; c) 6 half yards; d) 8 half yards. I'll draw a random winner next Wednesday!
And in the meantime, link up your WIPs! Here are the linky rules:
1. Link up any blog post from the past week that features an unfinished work-in-progress (WIP).
2. Somewhere in your post, you must link back here to my blog.
3. Comment on at least a few of the other WIP Wednesday links—commenting on the two or three links directly before yours works well to make sure everyone gets comments!