Saturday, January 2, 2010

A little update

Another day spent in the sewing studio trying to move things along.  I did a bit of cleaning, and then worked my little heart out- sewing, cutting, ironing, sewing, ironing, and so on...

I thought with all the work I've done in there this last week and the new year upon us, I would go ahead a give a little update of my current WIPS and their progress.  So here we go!

~ Christmas 4-Patch Flip:  blocks are all sewn together, now ready for the borders.



One of my favorite blocks in the quilt:


~ Batik 4-Patch Flip:  blocks ready to be sewn together.



~ Batik Grandmother's Flower Garden & Vintage Feedsack Grandmother's Flower Garden:  Continue making hexies and connecting.  These two projects will be going on for quite some time I am sure.





~ Wedding Signature Quilt:  Top in the process of being put together.  Need to get back working on this now that the holidays are over!

~ Christmas Table Topper:  In the quilting process, just need to sit and finish it.

~ Flamingo Quilt:  Top finished, just need to piece the back, layer, quilt, bind and done!



~ Mod Disappearing 9-Patch:  blocks all together, ready to arrange and add sashing.

~ Baby Quilts:  I have two tops currently finished and others in various stages of the process

Let's see, phew!  I think that is the bulk of the WIPS with a few others here and there.  Man, kind of eye-opening to see how many I actually have sitting there waiting to be done.  Some so close...  I just can't resist starting another project when it's staring me right in the face!  I call it "Quilter's disease".  I think there are many of us out there that have it, wouldn't you agree??

Well, I'm back up to get working a bit more before bed.  Hope you all are having a quilty and crafty night!!

Always,

4 comments:

Michelle said...

All of those look wonderful!

Kelly@ Charming Chatter said...

Oh, lots of great projects, Katy! Isn't it funny how those UFO's just multiply out of nowhere (they do that at my house too)! Looking forward to seeing your finished project. Your Christmas quilt is really cute - like that favorite block, too!

Karen said...

Love ur work! I love the colors u use...bright and cherry...my faves!

Shakerwood Primitives said...

Pretty ambitious of ya but I know you can do it!! Good luck!