Wednesday, February 19, 2014

WIP Wednesday!

It's been a busy week!  I spent last weekend at a wonderful retreat.  Worked on a couple of projects.

I finished a baby quilt top using the disappearing 9-patch with these fun crayon fabrics.  I plan to pick an overall design to quilt this on my machine.  More to follow.

I also continued to work on my Mason's Whirl Wall design.  I plan to have it available in a pattern on Craftsy soon.  Here is the WIP:

I was trying to make it with the background PLUS 4 but I think PLUS 6 will work better.  Going to add a couple of more fabrics and go at it again.  

Here is the pattern as I used it for the ALQS8 in which I used leftovers from a bali pops PLUS 2 backgrounds.  I like the scrappy look best myself.

In 2014 I hope to complete my Free Motion / Crazy Quilt 30 block project that I started in 2011. 
This is the 3rd block:

 This block contains Leah's 21 through 30 designs:
 I really had fun with this one. Loved getting back into working with the stitches.  I am working from Leah's book which you can find on her site in an eBook or Amazon as a regular book.  There have been a couple of blocks that were hard for me to figure out where to start going by the picture, for those I visited Leah's site where I could easily look up each design by there number and see Leah's wonderful videos

365 Free Motion Quilting Designs
See - Part #1 & Part #2 in prior blogs.  Each block showcases 10 designs.

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Mo_Chride said...

Everything looks so great. Love the quilting and designing

Self Sagacity said...

It's a great skill to have. One that you can always use for yourself or relatives.
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Anonymous said...

Love your fmq! At some point I hope to be able to practice enough to master that, but not yet!

LA Paylor said...

the pattern design is very interesting and complex looking.

Pat Merkle said...

I love how you used all of the FMQ designs.

Merrilee Rogotzke said...

Love the quilt blocks you are designing. Looking forward to seeing more.

Marie Joerger said...

Thank you all for your comments! Plan to dive back in to the next block this weekend along with getting my Block Lotto Beads on a String done!