Wednesday, March 7, 2012

WIP Wednesday 3.7.12

This week I planned to get a lot done.  It started out great with finishing my Block Lotto blocks early in the month.  This month we focused on half square triangle blocks.  Here's my nine blocks:



Join me on the Block Lotto Blog

I also finished the Eclipse Block Lotto quilt.  The blocks were won in the January 2012 lotto.  (See yesterday's post for all the details and a few more pictures.)


It measures 72" x 82"

For something new I'm signing up for the Modern Mini Mystery Round Robin.  Looks like fun!

quilts from the crayon box


Completed Projects -- 2
Completed nine Block Lotto blocks for March.
Completed Eclipse Block Lotto quilt

Currently in Progress: 7
Chasing Chevrons (need to make the pieced back--organized fabric and ready to cut)
Dutchman's Puzzle (made decision on border and ready to cut)
Orca Bay (piecing together the last step)
Bluepatch Quilter Mystery Quiltalong (need two stars and one braid)
Victorianna Fabric Party Quiltalong (need three rows to catch up)
Summer Series Quiltalong (stilll need more random blocks)
We Can Do It Skill Builder Sampler (all caught up)
30"x30" Quilt for the June 2012 quilt show -- Secretly started working on this again!
Quilt Tops to be quilted: 4

Oh Susannah! Mystery Quiltalong - California King
Kaleidoscope Quiltalong
May 2011 Pineapple Blossom Block Lotto quilt
Jelly Roll Race - Lap quilt

Projects on Hold: 6
Flower Basket Quilt
Charity Quilt for our local quilt guild (2 cut)
August Block Lotto African Violets baby quilt to be put together
Crumb Along with Jo's Country Junction (still making crumbs)
Drunkard's Path Quiltalong
Stop by and see who else has what else going on with Lee at Freshly Pieced!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

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4 comments:

  1. Love your eclipse quilt! Very nice!!!

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  2. Love the Eclipse quilt, it looks fabulous.

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  3. I really love your bright, upbeat colors. They are perfect for those quilts. Great job!!

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