WIP Wednesday

Let’s see what I managed to accomplish this week:

New Projects:

No new projects this week.   I’m determined to bust out my current to-do list before adding anything in.

Ongoing Projects:
Simply Strings Bee:   October is the last month and it’s MY month too!   I chose a spider web block for this month in teals, blues, greens and grays.

I’m excited to see these blocks roll in and start piecing.   I’ve been wanting to complete a string quilt for awhile now, so I’m thankful these ladies are going to help me cross #33 off my Life’s to-do list.  Woot!    I made a little mockup just for fun.

Then we have the September block for the {Sew Bee It.} group.   Jenna chose a churn dash style block that will be made into a quilt for her daughter.    One of my flying geese was a bit naughty and didn’t line up perfect.    tsk tsk!

That’s it for this week.   Now that everyone is starting to feel better around here, I hope to be more productive next Wed!

Linking up to WIP Wednesday over at Freshly Pieced.   Go visit and say congrats to Lee on her first Moda Bake Shop recipe!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced



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12 responses to “WIP Wednesday

  1. It is so interesting that those spider web blocks appear to have a spiral design lurking there if you squint or back up enough that you only see the value. Was that on purpose, or happy accident?

    • Total happy accident! This is actually just one block that I used in photoshop to get an idea of the quilt, so the others will probably have different placement. That would be cool though to get that effect!

  2. omg, that mock up looks beautiful! i’ve had a stash of blues from DS picnic and fairgrounds and have been waiting for just the right project to use them for. This could be it! It looks so amazing, good luck making it!

  3. Those spider webs are fantastic. I have to try this block out. Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Beautiful Spiderwebs… love the color combination. It’s going to be a great quilt!

  5. Cille

    Uhhh… Feel a desperate need to do a string quilt soon. It lovely!

  6. Love the colors…my favorite and your string quilt is going to be really beautiful.

  7. I love to see your progress. Thanks for sharing.

  8. What a gorgeous quilt that is going to be!

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