Wednesday, February 27, 2013

WIP Wednesday 27-02-2013

First of all, congratulations to all the entries and winners at QuiltCon. It's been fun browsing the blogs of the lucky people who got to go.
What an amazing and talented group of quilters.
I've had a somewhat productive week working on my WIP's.
A happy finish and a final photo of Starry, Starry Night...
Ta da.........
 laying on a big snowbank!
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One more block done for
this block is the Dresden Plate....
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M-R is doing a scrappy trip quilt with the blocks....
she sent the middle grey, and the dark purple strips
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my latest WIP......try not to be to jealous!!

I know I'll be happier starting over, but sheesh!
Thank goodness Sheriti is helping :-)
I do have incentive to get it done though....
 ...can hardly wait to see what Flavia is up to now!
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Linking up with Lee @ Freshly Pieced(congrats!)
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced



Have a great sewing week!

12 comments:

ScissorsandThread said...

Love the dresden plate block - looks great.

Jacqui's Quilts said...

Love that starry night!!!

Dolores said...

It's always nice to have help when one is using Jack the Ripper. Love that puffy looking Dresden Plate.

Sewing Mom said...

Look at all that loveliness! Minus the seam ripper....

Visiting from WIP Wednesday. Have a great day.

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

interesting Dresden..I have never seen a squared off centre before, I like it!
And at least you have lots of big snow banks to choose from for you photo shoot!

Karen said...

Always love that wonderful feeling when a quilt is finally finished. Starry Starry Night looks wonderful. Great to see your blocks and WIP too.

Heather D. said...

Oh no, seam ripping is not fun. Blech. You'll like it more in the end though, right?

Janine said...

Wonderful quilt! And I love your curvy block :)

Mrs.Pickles said...

lovely work!!

Jo said...

I like your dresden plate. I might have to have a go at that one! My ruler arrived recently so no excuse really.

Marit said...

Very cool Dresden plate! Great choice of colors. Hope your time with the seam ripper is now over:)

Regina said...

Audiobooks! I have bought Flavia from audible.com, but are still listening to other books. Your starry night is lovely, congrats on a fantastic finish.

12 comments:

ScissorsandThread said...

Love the dresden plate block - looks great.

Jacqui's Quilts said...

Love that starry night!!!

Dolores said...

It's always nice to have help when one is using Jack the Ripper. Love that puffy looking Dresden Plate.

Sewing Mom said...

Look at all that loveliness! Minus the seam ripper....

Visiting from WIP Wednesday. Have a great day.

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

interesting Dresden..I have never seen a squared off centre before, I like it!
And at least you have lots of big snow banks to choose from for you photo shoot!

Karen said...

Always love that wonderful feeling when a quilt is finally finished. Starry Starry Night looks wonderful. Great to see your blocks and WIP too.

Heather D. said...

Oh no, seam ripping is not fun. Blech. You'll like it more in the end though, right?

Janine said...

Wonderful quilt! And I love your curvy block :)

Mrs.Pickles said...

lovely work!!

Jo said...

I like your dresden plate. I might have to have a go at that one! My ruler arrived recently so no excuse really.

Marit said...

Very cool Dresden plate! Great choice of colors. Hope your time with the seam ripper is now over:)

Regina said...

Audiobooks! I have bought Flavia from audible.com, but are still listening to other books. Your starry night is lovely, congrats on a fantastic finish.