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Showing posts from June, 2016

WIP Wednesday

Recent Completions!!


Aviatrix (I've at least made the templates, so I'm counting that as a start!) Farmer's Wife

Needs Binding

Control Panel
Secret project #2 
Kelley's Quilt

At the quilter:

Top Completed, waiting for quilting:
Secret Garden



Snowbird BOM
Sticks and Stones (fall dinner 2016)
Moda Building Blocks??
Triple Barn Star (w/ Morris layer cake)


Craftsy QAYG quilt (three of twelve completed)
Vintage Modern Scrappy
Fabulous Flowers - stalled until I figure out how to fix it... 
Stars - another stalled until I figure out what to do with it...

I'm seeing Stars...

I have a new secret project in the works, and it involves stars.  Lots and lots of stars.  I realize that I completely brought this upon myself with the design and frankly, I'm not sure what I was thinking.  Many flying geese are being produced, and I have MANY more to go.  And I broke my new sewing machine.  I got it back from the shop this weekend, but it's still skipping stitches, so it has to go back.  And where the shop is isn't where I generally go, so it's a long trip out of the way.  Ugh.

Mosaic - DONE!

Many eons ago I finished my Mosaic quilt top.  It was from the Modern Minimal book, which is one that's been on my shelf for a while.  It has several tops that I would love to make; this was the first I'd attempted, and getting it out again has made me want to tackle a couple more.  In fact, my sister-in-law and brother are getting ready to move into their new house, and she's requested something in neutrals, and I think some of these designs would be perfect (off to adjust my to do list...)

To get back to the point of this post, I put together the Mosaic top, and it has sat in my stash ever since.  I've been trying to work through some of my WIP's, and also give a few more quilts to charity, and so decided that this one would be donated.  Enter the fabulous Jo of Jo's Country Junction.   She's got an entire project dedicated to finishing quilt tops and donating them to a wide variety of worthy causes.  As a fellow Iowa farm girl, I just love what she's …