Works in Progress

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My weekly update on projects progress.


I got a quilt top finished this week, so I made myself a newsboy cap to celebrate.

newsboy cap

Another project that I gave as a gift, was given this week! I’m excited that I can share it with you all now. It’s a small wall hanging. I’ll be sharing more about it with you later this month.

Proverbs wall hanging

Finished Quilt Tops:

No quilting has been done on any of my previously finished tops.


But I did manage to move my gift quilt from tops in progress, to completed top. I should be basting and quilting it this weekend.

gift quilt

Quilt Tops in Progress:

Still no progress on the Impromptu-along quilt that I started last year as part of an ImAGingerMonkey sew-along.  I keep finding other projects I need to be working on instead.

#impromptualong blocks

My bird quilt top is next on the list of tops to be finished, as soon as the one I’m currently working on gets off my sewing table. I’m hoping to get back in it in the next week or two.


No progress on my Christmas crazy quilt.  I haven’t felt much like doing any hand work lately.

Christmas Crazy Quilt

What are you working on right now?

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14 thoughts on “Works in Progress”

  1. I guess I’m an oddball, I prefer the hand-quilting process to making the top, tho that’s fun too. I am finishing a kit-quilt I inherited from someone else, Dresden Plate. The colours and pattern are not my favourites…but it’s here and it was free so I’m making it up. Hope to make a tablecloth next…although I need to make a baby quilt and really *want* to make a crazy quilt first. I try not to start a new top before I finish the one I’ve got in progress, as my budget and my apartment are both small.

    1. Crazy quilts are well worth the time and effort, particularly if you like the hand work, and as you enjoy hand-quilting, I expect you would really enjoy the process.

    1. Thanks Lorna! I’m in love with the hat, but I need to figure out how to take the next one in a bit. Apparently I have a tiny head. 🙂 I’ve still got a ways to go to finish that gift quilt, but at least I can put up the fabrics I was using for the top and get back to finishing up some of my other in progress tops. I’m really wanting to get that bird quilt done soon.

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