Wednesday, May 13, 2015

WIP Wednesdays: Lots of triangles

Even though my to-do list is ridiculously long (see below), it feels good to be making progress on several projects. If you've been hanging around, you probably saw the reveal post for my Fancy Fox quilt.
Since I wrapped that one up, I spent this week switching back and forth between my Birch Triangle baby quilt and my mini for the IG Cotton + Steel mini quilt swap. I finished the top of the triangle quilt, and you can see a peek of the backing I think I'm going to use in the pic below. It's big enough to not need piecing, which means I'm all ready to baste this one.
I also made good progress on the C+S mini, though I stalled out when I realized I didn't have enough of my background fabric. So I guess a trip to my LQS is in store, oh darn.
Finally, our little yard is the other WIP right now, and all these beautiful spring blooms were too lovely to not share. Love the colors of the azaleas, dogwoods, magnolia, and peonies.

The neverending (and usually growing) to do list:
Patchwork City sampler quilt
Fancy Fox quilt (STLMQG charity quilt)
Perfect quilted tote (STLMQG charity project tote)
Mini quilt and goodies for the Cotton + Steel mini quilt swap 
Birch Triangle baby quilt
Doll quilt and pouch set
Vintage Quilt Revival sampler project
Hazel Hedgehog quilt
Allie Owl quilt
The Kittens quilt
Wedding quilt
Baby boy quilt
Superhero cape for B
Sorbetto shirt 
Aviatrix Medallion quilt
Swoon quilt
Quilt for guest bed (maybe the Spiced Chai quilt from Vintage Quilt Revival?)
Sunset Tiles quilt (from Scraps Inc.)
T-shirt quilt
Sewing circle tote
Re-cover the downstairs chair
Ironing board cover
Clothing for me! (Washi dress or Sailor Top, anyone?

I'm linking up to WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


  1. Love the little star pieces especially against that light color. Really makes them pop.


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