Wednesday, September 14, 2011

WIP #11

All right, so a few new project on my list.  Well, more than a few since the holiday season is fast approaching.  Obviously I will not be able to name them all here on account of recepients of those gifts read this blog, but I will throw in a peek at a few here and there...

A shirt for my husband (not a Christmas gift.)


It's my first attempt at any sort of "advanced" apparel, so I'm a bit nervous about the whole thing.  All the pieces have been cut out, I just need to start sewing them together.  But every time I get up the nerve to begin the next process I remember this...


My warm/cool quilt top is almost done!  I'll give you a little sneak peek as this will be going to someone for Christmas....


I had changed my mind on using solely vintage prints and chose to do a more scrappy look; warm/cool blocks are in a zig zag pattern.

Projects in progress:
Warm, cool quilt (almost there)
Kaleidoscope quilt (behind)
Skill Builder Sampler (behind)
Daisy chain ABC's sampler

Not started:
Bottled Rainbow quilt
Princess Pea quilt (waiting for a bit more fabric to arrive.)

Quilt/Bind:
I spy quilt
Log cabin quilt

Currently on hold:
Beatrix Potter quilt (working up design)
Barn quilt

This week's stats:
New projects: we'll say one for now...
In progress: 4
Not started: 2
Quilt/bind: 2
On hold: 2

I will update new projects better next week.  Linking up to other great projects at Freshly Pieced.

4 comments:

Carla said...

You are brave for making your man a shirt. I would be so nervous because mine is so picky. I'm looking forward to seeing it all done and maybe I'll be brave someday too.

Laura said...

Very nice! :)

Kelly @ Blue Bird Sews said...

Your reference to the cosby show made me laugh out loud! Seriously, it's not that hard, just take a deep breath and read the directions a couple times before you start...and if you get stuck ask your mom for help (that's what I do!) but it can be a little tricky now and again so keep that seam ripper handy and don't be ashamed to use it!

Leanne said...

The quilt looks fun, I hope you have fun with the shirt.