WIP Wednesday

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With #NaBloPoMo this month, I’ve been a bit of a slacker getting my WIP Wednesday posts up, but I’m happy to report that no only did I remember to write up this WIP post, but I have stuff to share!

My everyday sewing machine has been in the shop for the last week. Apparently they’re having as much of a problem with the tension as I was. But that hasn’t kept me from working on some of my projects.

I spent an evening sewing ring pieces together for my Double Wedding ring quilt. It’s slow going, but I do feel like a little progress has been made as I’m completely out of single A pieces. They’re all sewing into groups of at least 2, so another good night of sewing and I might just get the ring pieces completed. Of course, there is a lot more sewing after that, and lots of pinning. This is why curves are evil.

I also had a snow day on Monday, so I put together an entire baby quilt for this week’s Project Quilting Challenge – Hearts. Here’s a preview of the finished piece. I’ll be sharing the whole thing on the blog Friday, so be sure to come back then to see it.

heart quilt closeup

I also got to go to a Trunk Show for Wilmington Prints, which gave me lots of inspiration I hope to use in upcoming projects. You can read about it here.

Tim sharing Prism quilt

What have you been working on lately?

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2 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday”

    1. Thanks for stopping by Lorna! I’ll be sharing photos of the whole finished baby quilt on the blog Friday. And the Wilmington show was great! If you get a chance to go to one in your area, you should totally check it out.

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