Wednesday, August 24, 2011

W.i.P. Wednesday

Time for a W.i.P. Wednesday report!

Completed projects
I had a fun finish this week - my Summer Sampler.
{complete post with pics here}

Ongoing projects
Charm squares for the Color Wheel Charm Swap were sent off!

Cappuccino Bali Pop Quilt - still piecing the bali pop strips.

4x5 modern Quilt Bee blocks - in progress! This 'project with a deadline' has been giving me some anxiety - the hardest part is deciding on a block! Seeing what's going up in the flickr group can be very intimidating! But, thankfully, I decided on a block last weekend and started sewing! Five blocks are done {love them!} - hope to have the sixth done yet this week and all in the mail this weekend. The block I finally settled on was an adaptation of "Planetarium" from Elizabeth Hartman's book, The Practical Guide to Patchwork. This is a great book, and I am glad for the inspiration I found in it for the 4x5. (You'll also find plenty of inspiration on Elizabeth's blog, Oh, Fransson!
sample block in my colors

Upcoming projects
* For the Love of Solids project.
* Stash quilt - zig zag quilt
Shades of Grey.
* Quilts for our siblings.

On hold for a while
Block-a-palooza quilt along needs basted and quilted.

Don't forget - there's more w.i.p.s to see over at Freshly Pieced!
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


  1. Your WIP list is getting smaller and smaller! Everything looks beautiful Debbie!

  2. Your bee block looks fun! I really like the double border!

  3. Oh what a talent you have...thank you for shaaring such beauty. I love your blog.

  4. lovely colours in your block....and your summer sampler looks great...mine is still just

  5. I love that quilt! And you have picked a nice block for the bee.

  6. Love your summer sampler quilt and the bee block looks fabulous, love your colour choices.

  7. I went over and read about your Summer Sampler quilt, and I, too, love the blocks "floating" on the white background. It's such a good way to highlight those fun summery citrusy colors!

    Sorry to be so slow on the WIP comments--one of those weeks!

    Elizabeth E.