Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Work in process Wednesday

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


Congratulations Lee on a whole year of WIPW posts!!  I wish I'd started linking up from the beginning, hell I still have stuff in process that I started before she started WIPW!


 This week there's not too much going on.  Some churn dash blocks, a half started tutorial, a wedding ring quilt abandoned on a shelf.  Le suck.



Oh, and this big pile of tops waiting to be quilted!


much loves,
c


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29 comments:

  1. It all looks great to me Chelsea. Love your photos. :)

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  2. Nice stack! It looks a bit like mine...

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  3. Sometimes things need to "marinate" before you dive into them, that's my philosophy! Looks like you have some gorgeous gems there. :)

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  4. At least you have them basted! That's always half the battle for me, LOL. What you do have done looks great!

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  5. Love the fabric for that top churn dash block - such a pretty blue!

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  6. What lovely fabrics in your Dash Churn Blocks

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  7. your churn dash blocks ar elooking lovely - as is that stack of tops :)

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  8. wowsers! That's a good pile o'quilt tops there!

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  9. oh my- that is a big pile of tops there!
    you can do it- get em done!
    :o)

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  10. I love your fabric in your churn dash. Lovely!

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  11. I love that churn dash block! And you've got quite the lovely-looking pile of quilt tops. I've got to start checking in with my WIPs, they're out of control!

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  12. Hi, stopping by from WIP Wednesday. I am a new follower, and must say I think I will have to join your QAL. I love that giant star.

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  13. Tee-hee, we've all been there. Beautiful photography of your quilts though... hope you sneak some sewing time in!

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  14. i really love that stack of quilts. i hope someday you are so sick of that double wedding ring that you choose to send it to me. ;)

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  15. I love your churn dash blocks! You've got a great eye for photography, I love your photos :)

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  16. I love that big pile! Looks like a lot of fun (and hard work)!

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  17. I love the churn dash blocks, it is one of my favourites! You made me laugh, I think you have a great pile of quilting to work on with all those lovely tops.

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  18. that waiting to be quilted stack looks like mine! haha

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  19. I guess you like piecing better than quilting *LOL* But your projects looks lovely :)

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  20. For sewing club at church I like to be the one sewing the tops. I let the other ladies finish them. And, with that said, I'm not good with binding or corners and things.

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  21. Churn dashes are one of my favorite blocks - there is something cheery about them.

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  22. Lovely looking pile of tops and your churn dish blocks? Gorgeous!

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  23. Love the colours in that churn dash

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  24. Great pictures! I love your churn dash, isn't is a great block.

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  25. Oh the feeling of the quilt tops piling up! It's quite a nice feeling, I think. :)

    Love the churn dash - looks really good with the white background.

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  26. Goodness! I almost wish I had that many quilt tops finished ;)

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  27. Beautiful churn dash! I like you have things on my WIP list from before I started also! Oh well, LOL!

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  28. Oh I understand the feeling of the piling Quilt tops! I can't believe though just how motivating it is to get projects done when linking up for WIP Wednesdays, aye? I love your fabric choices in the Churn dash quilt, great eye for color!

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