Wednesday, 1 May 2013

WIP Wednesday

It was a very productive week around here.  I finished my green and blue chevron quilt but no pictures as I am travelling.  I also finished my pb&j top!

I'm really thrilled with how it turned out.  While I was making it my sister had her first baby, a little girl they named Rayanna Marie.  I immediately knew that this would be for her.  And it worked out wonderfully that there is a perfect R in one of the squares!

I spent many hours trying to decide how to quilt it.  In the end I'm pretty sure I am going to quilt in the ditch along the sashing.  Then a free motion flower in the center blue blocks with free motion loops around them.  I plan on getting it basted today and quilted before I leave on Friday.  Wish me luck!

Linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced.


Design Stage
My husband's Mario quilt
Strips of pink quilt
Strips of blue quilt
Lap quilt for my youngest
Escape Artist for my bedroom
Pillows for my MIL
Blind for kitchen window
Ticker tape cushion for bedroom
Blue/red/green disappearing 9 patch quilt
Comma triangles
Nolan's quilt
Harper's big girl quilt
K&J's quilt
Around the world custom order

Piecing Stage
Lap quilt for my oldest
Floral patchwork quilt
Damask apron
Matching dresses for oldest and her doll
Patchwork pillow 
Big stack of crayon rolls
Ticker tape cushion for living room

Quilting Stage
Black/white/pink chevron
Black/white/blue chevron
Patchwork pillow
Little apples quilt
pb&j quilt

Purple Chevron 
pb&j cushion cover
green and blue chevron


  1. I'd say that it was meant to be her's!

    Such a fun looking quilt! Love all those zig zags!

    here via WIP Wednesday

  2. Beautiful quilt - really love those fabrics!

  3. Hi! Thanks for visiting my place! I really like the way you have organized your master list! I think I will adopt it, myself!

  4. Cute quilt! I like the ideas you have for the quilting, I think it will add so much to it!

  5. Cute quilt! I love that line of fabric! Your WIP list makes mine look wimpy! You must be able to multi-task really well!