Tuesday, May 10, 2011

W.i.P. Wednesday

It's W.i.P. Wednesday again already! Be sure and stop in over at Freshly Pieced to see lots of fantastic projects!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced
Ongoing projects
My Comic Strip Quilt top using sherbet pips is done and waiting to be basted. Binding is ready to go!

Now that my Block-a-palooza quilt along top is done, it'll probably sit around for a while waiting to be quilted. Just sayin'.

Next on the sewing agenda is a Dream Big quilt for my daughter. I have made just one of Camille Roskelley's patterns before and really enjoyed it, so am anxious to get going on this one! For fabric, she picked out Kate Spain's Central Park, so it'll be fun to work with that line again. I've picked out my daughter's least favorite prints and will be adding some solids, which will be selected and ordered soon.

Last, but in no ways least, my supernova in DONE and posted on flickr before the deadline! I'll be sharing the story of this quilt on Friday with The Bloggers' Quilt Festival. I confess, I love this quilt!
Need to do
* Stash quilt - Sew Katie Did's zig zag quilt.
* Quilts for our siblings.
* The last project from the Pioneer Women Sewing Circle.

Have a great day!


  1. Oh my, I love that binding! So cute! And your comic strip quilt is just adorable :)

  2. The binding shot all rolled up is great, wonderful picture! Can't wait to see your whole story about the Supernova at the Blogger's Quilt Festival! I think Amy may have so many entries on Friday, her server may crash! LOL

  3. The Bloggers Quilt Festival is going to be sooo fun to see everything! I'll be back!!

  4. Your comic strip quilt came together quickly. It looks great and the binding, nice photo. And you know I like your Supernova quilt.

  5. That binding roll is adorable! I can't wait to see the Dream Big/Central Park quilt. It's going to be gorgeous!

  6. That cosmic strip quilt looks great and I am in love with the binding!

  7. I love how parts of your supernova "glow". Mine will get completed one of these days...