Wednesday, October 5, 2011

WIP Wednesday

Another week of not much happening. I can't say that Bitchypoo my teenage daughter is not generous, she kindly shared her cold with me, which laid me low for most of the week.

However binding is still continuing on the Plume quilt, 3/4 of the way there. I was hoping to finish it yesterday, but it didn't happen. Next week it WILL happen and I'll finally have something to show!

I've joined in my first ever swap, a nice gentle one. The Scrappy Swap organised by Kat over at Diary of a Flutter Kat. I've been sorting through my stash, which has been lots of fun, messy but fun.

A photo in the spirit of keeping it real. Underneath all that (s)crap is my dining table. Lucky we have a kitchen bench we can sit at, to eat meals.


Working on something to send with the scraps.

Sorry, I can only show you this much so far.  I made a prototype and a second one. The prototype went really well, the second one not so well and I spent a lot of quality time with my seam ripper. It's looking great now.


I'm trying to go back to my original plan of aiming for small goals as the number of WIP's is overwhelming.

Hopefully this is the start of a productive week.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Worked On This Week
Plume quilt - binding
Scrappy Swap

Sitting On The Sidelines
which this week is also 
Waiting Patiently For Me To Show Interest
Mystery Quilt
Material Obsession BOM
Floral Bouquet quilt top - borders to be added
HST project - finish backing
McFlurry - start the backing
Starflowers - English Paper Piecing
Circle Game BOM 
Monochromatic Challenge
Hexagon Cushion


Each week I forget to include something. I think I have them all this week. I'm up to 12 WIP's in total.

Weeks Statistics
New Projects - 1
Worked On - 2
Ignoring - 9
Finished - 0

Click on the WIP Wednesday button above so you can check out much more productive 
people's beautiful work. Thank you Lee for organising WIP Wednesday.


15 comments:

  1. Ooh, I love that grey and yellow - can't wait to see what it is!

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  2. Love your keepin' it real photo!! Looks like here!

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  3. Greta! Someone as messy as me.

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  4. those scrappy project sneak peeks are intriguing!

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  5. Doing well on Kat's swap . I haven't even started pulling fabrics from my scrap stash yet.

    Loved the sneak peek of the mystery item. I have no idea what it is!

    Bind away my friend- the journey of binding a quilt with a thousand inches starts with the first inch! Ok maybe it isn't a thousand but you get my drift...

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  6. Love the work area photo!! Binding takes forever dosent it!! Your scrappy swap thing looks fun!!

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  7. There is a finish in the near future- keep going- you can get that binding done this week! And you might even get your secret swap done too! Yeah! Do I spy some wool in that work area photo?

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  8. I see that our idea of S(crap)s is similar when we get going. it looking good our little item.

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  9. Love that plume quilt! Great sneak peaks too! Don't ya hate it when the practice goes better?! Happens to me EVERY time Gah. Intrigued to see the end result!

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  10. Oh and hope you're feeling better soon too! Why is it that the only thing kids are really willing to share is germs!

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  11. And this one is just for fun because I love spamming your inbox so. Meheheh!

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  12. Ooooh and I think I just guessed what it is... Is it a scissors holder?
    Ok I'm stopping now :p lol...

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  13. Hope you are feeling better Marg! I love your latest project for your swap - the colours in both are gorgeous! ... cant wait to see more....

    x

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  14. Hope you're feeling better soon.With this cool weather sitting under a quilt sewing the binding at night would be quite pleasant wouldn't it?
    Cheers

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  15. The yellow and gray looks most interesting, it's not a color combination you see often, but one I've always liked. Sorry bout your cold, hope you feel better soon.

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