Wednesday, November 9, 2011

WIP Wednesday 11. 09. 2011

Why is it that no matter how much sewing I do it seems like the amount of my WIPs is not getting smaller? I keep starting new projects at a faster rate than finishing and so my WIP pile seems  to grow and grow.

The main project I've been working on  this week is what I started calling "My version of Drunkards' path" quilt. I am using Ruby fabric collection in flannel and can't wait for the quilt to be finished so we can snuggle under it and watch a movie. I finished piecing the top last night so I have no good pictures to show you right now.

These are my 49 blocks that I sewed together to make a beautiful, colorful, and very soft quilt top.

I also finally finished basting and quilting my Anna Maria Horner quilt.


The rest of my WIPs are pretty much what they were before, and it looks like they'll stay that way for a while, since my mind is racing to figure out what Christmas presents to make. What have you been working on lately?

Svetlana

48 comments:

  1. It all looks great. I LOVE the flannel Ruby!

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  2. I am loving your project so far! And your AMH finish is spectacular! Happy WIP Wednesday!

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  3. I am loving the Ruby fabric all cut up ready to go!

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  4. Oooh nice. I'm wondering what to do with my ruby layer cake. maybe more circles! :) congrats on the finish. Want to link your Finish quilt up to TGIFFriday? see tgiffriday.blogspot.com for details on where it's being hosted!

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  5. Love the flannel. looking forward to seeing it all together

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  6. Oh! I love Ruby and I haven't tried the flannel version. I will have to get on that! I am like you. I just add more projects before I actually finish any!!

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  7. I really need to make a flannel quilt (preferably before it starts getting warm again)! Beautiful finish on the AMH quilt too. :)

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  8. I love the flannel drunkards path, it looks so soft. I am working on Christmas gifts for people who read my blog so I can't really post any pics!

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  9. Beautiful work!! Ruby and AMH...some of my favorites.

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  10. Wonderful! I think those flannel blocks are going to be wonderful and I love your quilt.

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  11. Your Anna Maria Horner quilt is just beautiful...I love that fabric!

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  12. I know what you mean by the WIP pile not getting smaller! And my want-to-do-list is growing every Wednesday as well. Not good...

    It's a beautiful quilt you've made :)

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  13. That quilt is so so pretty!!!

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  14. I have that same problem with WIP's - I blame it on other bloggers that inspire me! Great quilt though !!

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  15. Oh, I love love love your Anna Marie Horner quilt! The fabrics are just perfect!

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  16. Love your quilt out of Ruby flannel! That will be cozy and warm!

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  17. I love flannel in a quilt, it makes it so soft and warm and snuggly! I hear you on the WIP pile never getting any smaller too, it's an epidemic I tell you!

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  18. Oh gosh, your flannel quilt does sound amazing to snuggle up under with a movie. The Ruby line is so pretty! And I can understand about starting more than finishing lately. Oops!

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  19. Eeep! Beautiful finish. The Ruby is going to be sweet.

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  20. this looks like a fun quilt to make.

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  21. I love Ruby! I can't wait to get my hands on some. I am your newest follower and I hope you will follow back!

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  22. What fun bright colors those Ruby prints are! I understand the feeling about WIP's, just when I think I have gotten the numbers down a bit, it seems I either need to start more (wink) or I find more stored away in places! You will get there though, you eat an elephant a bite at a time!

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  23. I'm with you on that it's time for warmth!
    I'm sitting here working on a rug made with flannel though instead of a quilt.

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  24. I can't wait to see that ruby quilt, the blocks alone look fantastic!

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  25. lovely quilt!! and your blocks so far look great

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  26. Yup, I need more Loulouthi. I thought I had enough, but what you've done with those roses is too good!

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  27. Your "Drunkard's Path" looks amazing. Can't wait to see how it turns out!

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  28. I've recently discovered Ruby, and I love it! That drunkard's path is going to be GREAT!

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  29. Love both your quilts..are you doing the DP QAL? Such pretty fabric and I love AMH sooo much!

    lifesrichpattern@gmail.com

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  30. That flannel quilt is going to be so cosy, and love the circles

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  31. oh the thought of a drunkards path frightens me, yours is lovely, sweet fabric

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  32. Ooh, Ruby & flannel, so perfect!

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  33. Love both of these! I'm totally scared of curved piecing - but your drunkards path has made me want to give it a go!

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  34. Love the Anna Horner quilt! I'm too scared to do a Drunkard's path yet. My cutting ability with a curve is subpar.

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  35. Oooh, your Ruby flannel quilt sure does sound snuggly! Can't wait to see it all finished, it's going to be so pretty!

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  36. Love that AMH quilt! And using Ruby in flannel? Yummy!

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  37. always fun to do your own version of something!

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  38. Oh man.. the idea of a flannel quilt just officially blew my mind. So. Cozy.

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  39. Love your blocks! Also, your AMH quilt is beautiful. I'm a new follower. :o)

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  40. The Ruby quilt sure does sound comfy. Now you have me thinking about flannel quilts.

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  41. Flannel does snuggle beautifully and I'm interested to see it in the Ruby. Your drunkard's path blocks are looking very promising..I hate pressure too, just keep swimming (..or quilting) you'll get there:)!

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  42. I am so glad someone else has the same problem of the WIP pile getting bigger or staying the same size. Personally I think its great to rebel, a bit!

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  43. I have the drunkard's path die for my go baby cutter, but I've been nervous to try it. Yours looks great!

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  44. That AMH quilt is so beautiful! Nice job! Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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  45. Looking good. I love flannel quilts!

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