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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  1. Lorna McMahon on February 19, 2015 at 5:59 am

    Awww! Your little hearts baby quilt is looking so sweet. And those Wilmington quilts do look quite inspirational. How fun to have been able to attend the show!

    • Andrea on February 19, 2015 at 8:35 am

      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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