Wednesday again? Time sure does fly! Here's where I stand on my projects on the go:
Some bee blocks for Vivian in the Maple Leaf Bee:
The fun fabrics are from the Feelin' Groovy line - Viv is making a quilt for her 10-year-old daughter and it's going to be fabulous!
MADE MAJOR PROGRESS ON....
My Solids Challenge quilt for Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild. I don't want to give too much away before the final reveal, so here's a sneak peek:
STILL WORKING ON....
Vicky's Sew Buzzy Block which is really very late. :(
ABOUT TO GET STARTED ON....
Hand quilting the Confetti Mini Quilt. Check out the embroidery floss I've got at the ready - nice, eh?
Please do visit Lee's to see what everyone else is up to!
The colors on your supernova are great. Congrats on the finish. I am going to keep up with your challenge quilt. I am intrigued by the colors.ReplyDelete
Oooh Fliss the colours on your confetti quilt and the floss colours are just dreamy (I'm pretending I'm a teenager in the 70s) - wait a minute, I think I wasReplyDelete
Ooooh, I can't wait to see how your Confetti mini quilt turns out, I love your rainbow of embroidery floss! I'm excited to see your challenge quilt finished up, too, I'm definitely intrigued!ReplyDelete
I love your bee blocks - a star block like yours is on my list.ReplyDelete
And I can't wait to see the Confetti quilt - so many pretty colors!
That rainbow of embroidery floss is fantastic, I can't wait to see what you do with it.ReplyDelete
Looking good! Doesn't it feel good when you make progress? I love your bee blocks!ReplyDelete
Thanks for giving the source on the feeling groovy fabric--I was going to ask. Those rainbows are too cute!ReplyDelete
A nice assortment. I am thinking of a confetti with some Heather Ross prints....is it crazy time consuming? Would something lap sized be rediculous?ReplyDelete
The Confetti mini quilt has my intrigued! And the Feelin' Groovy fabrics make want to go shopping for some...ReplyDelete
Your projects look fun - even the ones where we just get a sneaky peak! :-)ReplyDelete
Those bee blocks are PERFECT for a 10-yo..peace signs and rainbows...my 11-yo is drooling LOL I will check back to see what your challenge looks like, I am doing one too for EMQG; will be fun to see how they all turn out.ReplyDelete
Nice star blocks. I love the fabrics. I am sure her daughter will love it. I can't wait to see your mini quilt all quilted up. Love the colors of floss you choose for it.ReplyDelete
I have just finished making a quilt out of the same block; which you can see here: http://sewonderfulife.blogspot.com/2011/05/sunday-of-finishing.htmlReplyDelete
It is such a fantastic block to make and you can incorporate so many different fabrics. I love your pink centre
Ooo I love it, I love it all the star, the confetti quilt, just lovely.ReplyDelete
Now you made me really curious about the challenge! And those star blocks look great!ReplyDelete
Cute fabrics on your star blocks and I love how your supernova turned out!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the finish! Your blocks look wonderful too!ReplyDelete
Eye candy! I'm loving the looks of the your confetti mini!ReplyDelete
The bee blocks are beautiful! Can't wait to see more of your solids quilt. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see what you create with that embroidery floss!ReplyDelete
Love the bee blocks, especially the white stars. Hand quilting with embroidery threads sounds like fun!ReplyDelete