Another couple of months since my last W.I.P Wednesday. Maybe I should aim to make this a monthly post. Here’s the progress since late August.
Tropical HST Quilt
I finished this quilt in Mid-September and was able to give it to the lucky couple in person. It was great to see the smiles on their faces.
Stained-glass Wall Hanging
This is a gift for a friend, I just need a rod to hang it.
Eleven Year Quilt
I’ve quilted 7 out of 18 squares of this quilt. It’s called the Eleven Year quilt because I started it in the fall of 2001, as my first quilt.
Each square is 16″ and with the detailed hand-quilting I’m doing takes at least 3 hours.
I like how well the quilting shows up on the back.
Batik Granny Squares
I’ve made progress on this quilt a bit lately. I have 44 squares made and think I have decided to use 54 on the quilt top (a 6 by 9 layout).
I’ve started quite a few new projects in the last month.
Commissioned Jean Quilt
I’ve been commissioned to make a special jean quilt for someone to give as a Christmas gift. I’ve been busy cutting up the jeans and getting things ready while I wait for some remaining fabric.
Chevron Baby Quilt
This quilt began as a use for the left over HST from the Tropical Quilt. I added more variety in blues and greens to make it a gift for friends who are having a boy in December. The quilt top is done, waiting to be basted and quilted.
This month’s stats:
In Progress: 2
New Projects: 4