Wednesday, October 17, 2012

WIP Wednesday

Hey y'all!  It’s Wednesday and you know what that means!

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Now that we've gotten all the stalking subscribing ;) out of the way, let’s get down to brass tacks. 

log cabin block progress

Last week, I showed you some red and pink log cabin blocks.  I’m happy to report that I've made some great progress to get ahead in the Scrappy Stash quilt along (Ellison Lane Quilts).  I have finished all the red, pink, yellow, orange, green, and purple blocks (purples not pictured in this less than stellar photo).  Only 10 blocks left:  5 blue and 5 aqua.  Then on to the sashing and the rest of the quilt finishing.  Here’s what I’d like the finished layout to look like:

No progress:
-The patchwork baby quilt.  I made a couple of bags instead.
-I *still* have not touched the quilt I need to fix in order to donate it (needs Wonder Under)
-Fox pouch (needs a zipper)
-Pincushion for swap (needs stuffing)

And just because it wouldn't be a WIP post without adding another project - I need to get started on the Christmas quilt.  We've grown so accustomed to using the Halloween quilt on the couch instead of those store-bought fleece throws that we’re going to be sad when the Halloween stuff gets packed up and there’s no quilt in sight to snuggle with.

What are you working on?  I hope I see it over on Lee’s linky party:

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


  1. Very pretty! I love the colors - bright and cheerful.

  2. Your log cabin blocks are so cute! I am very tempted to join in and make some log cabins too but I definitely have too many other WIPs to do so right now! :)

  3. Your log cabins are coming along beautifully! I can't wait to see the finished product.

  4. This is going to be a beautiful, fun quilt!! I love the layout you have designed. You have a pretty blog and make beautiful quilts and bags. Have a good day!

  5. great job on the Scrappy Log Cabins - I didn't think my scraps were up to the challenge for that project, but now I'm thinking I should jump in. Lookin great!

  6. I love your blocks! I'm only 15 in and haven't even begun thinking about layouts yet. I'm excited to see how yours turns out!

  7. Beautiful logs and I can't wait to see it finished. Beautiful rainbow colours.

  8. Very pretty quilt. Reminds me of the one I linked up today. I think I should have gone bigger on my blocks...yours look great!

  9. Your scrappy log cabin blocks are looking great. You have some really nice scraps in there. Can't wait to see it finished :)


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