Wednesday, May 16, 2012

WIP Wednesday

I barely stitched at all this week because I was busy resting on my laurels for finishing the Rainbow I Spy. That seems to happen to me a lot - taking time off after a big finish.

Made Progress

I was also procrastinating on sewing together the 81 squares (but who's counting?) of my final Habitat pillow cover. But tackle it I did, and it came together quite quickly and easily (the common hallmark of jobs one is avoiding for fear of their being too hard). So easily, in fact, that I didn't have to use a single pin for the entire thing! Only a couple of corners are slightly mismatched and not so much so that I wanted to unsew. (Say that 3 times fast!).


All 4 pillow covers are pieced, and since those photos were taken, they've been fused onto squares of Pellon Fusible Fleece, all ready for quilting inspiration to hit. Any ideas? I'm thinking the shattered glass/random diagonals that I did here, but using dark brown thread:

For The Love of Solids pouch front

No Progress

Meantime, the rest of my projects sit, alone and lonely. Yearning for my love and attention. Soon, my dears. Soon.

Heather R memory quilt
Charity Quilt
Stacked Strips (new this report - I think it's a bonafide project)
New Wave
Kaleidoscope
Bee quilt (Jewel Squares)
Bee quilt (Circle of Geese)

This Week's Stats
Completed Projects - 0
New Projects - 1 (upgraded Stacked Strips' status to actual project)
Currently In Progress - 8

Linking up as usual with Lee and Monika.

9 comments:

  1. Those pillows are gorgeous! :)

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  2. Very cool pillows - they are going to look great in use! Love your little pouch too.

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  3. I do that all the time, put off a project that ends up being easy, fun and quick. Your pillows will be great and I love your quilting plan.

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  4. Lovely pillows! Great colors.

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  5. oohhh they're gorgeous!! Love habitat. You're quilting idea sounds perfect :)

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  6. A well-deserved laurel resting! The pillows are very cool.

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  7. I love the random angle quilting idea! The pouch and pillows look great!

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