18 Jan WIP Wednesday
I feel like I have a bit of quilting ADD lately. It’s not that I get bored with projects, but it seems like another challenge or opportunity that I can’t resist pops up in the middle of one project and leads me to start another. Sometimes, that one gets set aside too. So I’ve decided to link up to Lee at Freshly Pieced‘s WIP Wednesday in an effort to keep me a little more accountable for what I start.
The project I started most recently (after my last post) is my modern floral vine project. I’m not really sure if I’m going to like where this is going yet, so I’m just showing a tiny peek.
Next is a half square triangle project with some of Malka’s fabulous fabric. This one is my highest priority as it is the closest to being done. I have about 3/4 of the blocks pieced.
This poor half square triangle project has been sitting around waiting for me to get back to it for I don’t remember how long! I sold the original version of “Spell It Out” so I’m making another one. As you can see, I have a ways to go on this one.
I don’t usually consider stacks of fabric to be WIPs, but this pile of three groups of fat quarters is patiently waiting for me to get to it. I washed them all and it took me FOR-EVER to flatten them out and trim most of the frayed threads. I did not iron them. The full fat quarter set of Reunion is on the top and Half Moon Modern on the bottom, with some Echo in between. (Sorry, but my lighting really washed out the color on the top Reunion fabric – it is a very pretty spring green).
Wish me luck! Maybe one of these won’t still be a WIP next week.