Wednesday, December 5, 2012

WIP Wednesday 12.5.2012

On the docket for the next week or so:

Sew these into double-sided minky blankets for the kiddos for Christmas.

Photograph these two finished quilts and keep plugging away at the patterns for them. My lattice pattern will include details on how to make the lattice block in four different sizes as well as instructions to make three different quilts. I might be going overboard on this one, but I had too many ideas.

Sew all these triangles into a quilt. This will be the third design included in my lattice pattern. This isn't the final layout of the quilt, just enough to give me a good idea of color distribution before I start sewing the squares together. I got these lovely ombre solids from Amanda over at Westwood Acres. The Madrona Road and Lucky Penny in the quilts above are also from Westwood Acres. I love all the little bundles she does.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

12 comments:

  1. I love the ombre solids. I will have to check out Amanda's site.

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  2. Loving the look of those ombre triangles

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  3. I am loving the Madrona quilt. So pretty!

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  4. What a great way to use that ombre fabric! You are so smart.

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  5. I know sewing and quilting is a stress reliever for you, but reading your to do list makes me stressed just to think about. I am sure everything you are working on will come together beautifully and on time, as it always does. I do hope to be like if / when I grow up more :)

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  6. Beautiful Kati! Lovely fabrics and the triangle pattern is great! I have some solids waiting and they may become a wall quilt. x Teje

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  7. I love her bundles too! Looking forward to seeing the quilts done!

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  8. Love your ombre HST's - I just received my bundle form Amanda yesterday too:)

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  9. Beautiful! I love ordering from Amanda too!

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  10. The ombre solids are looking great.

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  11. What a cool way to use the ombre solids. Also what a nightmare keeping them all in the right order.

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