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Weekly WIP

Now that the Frond quilt is finished, it's back to the list!  I've been chugging away at the Prism Star a few minutes at a time.  It's paper-pieced, and the step I'm at now involves taking all of the paper off, so a bit time consuming!  But it's a relatively easy one to do a few minutes at a time.  I need to get the 2nd October block for Classic Meets Modern done tonight - I've kept up every month, so don't want to fall off the wagon at this late state.  It's a log cabin and mostly cut, so it shouldn't take too long to just finish the one block.  I also have Quill out and ready to start cutting. 

Next up on the long-arm is Shenandoah and Winter Garden, which should be quick finishes, followed by the Morris quilt for Bev.  That will definitely NOT be quick...

Recent Finishes 

Frond quilt in Blues

Every Which Way (need pictures) 


Piecing 

Angela Walters BOM - 12 blocks finished
Classic Meets Modern BOM - January through September  and one October block finished
Prism Star - twelve diamonds done, starting piecing on next color set 
Bitter Almond  (all blocks complete) 

Guild Mystery Quilt (leader and ender project) 

Needs Binding


On the Longarm 

Top Completed, Waiting for Quilting

Crystal Gems 
Moda Building Blocks
Making Modern - Rainbow quilt

Shenandoah
Winter Garden  
Morris Apprentice 

Planning 

Sparklers
Quill
Aviatrix - stalled, need to get moving on this one! 
Moda Love quilt - Barb 
Stellar Stars BOM 
Chic Country

Aurora Borealis   

UFO's

Craftsy QAYG
Fabulous Flowers
Blossoms
Farmer's Wife - should move indoors for the smaller projects...
Quilter's Patch - BOM from FQS.  Finished six(?) blocks
QAD Flight Effects mini

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