Wednesday, February 29, 2012

WiP Wednesday: The one with lots of disinfectant

It's been a long week at my house, thanks to a super fun bout the munchkin had with pinkeye.  Thankfully, everything is now officially disinfected, he is fully healthy, and back at preschool again.  Yay!  I'm glad he's feeling better and I'm even happier that we're no longer under quarantine!

Stash Trad blocks
I forgot to bring my fabric for an Arkansas Traveler block for Lee on my trip, and February is quickly escaping, so this weekend I worked on her bee block.  I think this quilt is going to be really stunning once it's finished, and you can see a sneak peek of how the blocks are looking together so far at Lee's.

Arkansas Traveler for Lee


I also did our March block for Amy, which is a winged square block.  I started with my center print, a cut from Melody Miller's awesome Ruby Star Shining collection, and then started to match up the light teal and then the coral red.  I used some of Kate Spain's Terrain, Khristian A. Howell's The Woodlands, Dena Design's Leanika, Moda's Half Moon Modern, Cosmo Cricket's Tailor Made, Tula Pink's Prince Charming, Aneela Hoey's Little Apples and Free Spirit Solids.  I really love how this block turned out, and the Essex linen for the background I think makes it even more awesome!

Winged Square for Amy


For the Love of Solids swap
Done!  I finished up my small item for my partner, a simple bookmark, and now my items are all set to go.  I really love how the mini turned out, though I forgot to photograph it in daylight, and I might just put together a block tutorial on how to put that block together soon!

Solids bookmark

For the Love of Solids mini - done!

Secret stuff
I'm still working away at several different secret projects, but gosh, I hate keeping all these secrets.  I can tell you this much, though - everything is really pretty :)

{Sew} Beautiful March blocks for me
I've got the bee gang putting together squaretastic blocks using my Little Folks voile stash and I spent a good chunk of time this week designing the blocks and divvying up fabric to send out.  I cannot wait to see how these blocks come together!

Bee blocks on their way out!

Star Crossed Stitch quilt
I kind of forgot about these blocks until I made up my list this morning, whoops!  I've only got three more left to go, so I'm hoping I can find some time for those this week.

So, what are you working on this week?  Link it up over Lee's and have a great Wednesday!

25 comments:

  1. Love what you have done! You have a great sense of color and fabric placement. You make it look easy. Thanks for sharing :o)

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  2. Oh I love the winged square block - it looks fantastic! And your FTLOS makes are brilliant :)

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  3. Ugh on the disinfectant loaded week, but glad things are better now!

    I love that MM centred block, it looks fab! The other block and your FTLOS items are great too, and looking forward to seeing what becomes of that voile!

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  4. Your solids projects are great, so bright and cheery!
    And the winged square is so fun!

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  5. i do love that block on the top. so pretty. i saw the whole group over and lee's and i have to say that they look great together!

    happy sewing!

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  6. Great blocks! I love that mini and the bookmark, so bright and striking! Glad the kiddo is feeling better, and you are all disinfected :-)

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  7. Very nice! Love the colors on the last one :)

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  8. Yeah, my Arkansas Traveler block looks amazing! LOVE your March Stash Trad block too. Glad everybody's healthy there. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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  9. I'm absolutely crazy about your winged square block. I love the aqua and red and the clock in the center. Brilliant!!

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  10. Ugh. Pinkeye. NOT fun, we have been through that too, though thankfully not in quite a long time.

    The blocks all look wonderful, and can't wait to see all your pretty secret projects too!!

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  11. Such gorgeous blocks! And I'm so glad to hear that your son is feeling better...pink eye is no fun!

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  12. all your projects look beautiful but that Melody Miller print in the center of your winged square is brilliant

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  13. awwwww that winged square block is so danged cute!

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  14. Boo to pinkeye! That is no fun.

    I'm excited to get a Bee package in the mail from you soon! I'm loving your solids swap package. Very cool!

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  15. Everything you're working on is beautiful, Elizabeth!

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  16. Oh wow! I love everything you're working on. That Arkansas Traveler block is so cool!

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  17. Love your winged square block, great choice of fabrics.
    In fact love all your projects!
    I'm looking forward to seeing the squaretastic blocks in the voile.

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  18. Your FTLOS items are gorgeous and the book mark is adorable!

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  19. Love the look of your Arkansas Traveler block, the colors are so fresh looking.

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  20. That winged square block is really cool, and I love the bright colors on your solids swap.

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  21. Nice job with your blocks! I can't wait to see your AMH blocks as they come bakc in.

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  22. I also printed out the Arkansas Traveler block pattern after having seen another person collecting blocks for a Arkansas Traveler quilt (not Lee). I like to make some blocks for a quilt back. 'Though I love to see many Arkansas Traveler blocks next to each other that are supposed to be a quilt. *sigh*

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  23. I'm totally smitten with that first one! Oh and the 2nd one! Lovely!

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  24. I love that mini-quilt; so bright and cheery.

    BTW, if you are wondering what's happening: we have signed up with a different ISP and finally have 21st century internet speed so I am catching up with all your blog posts from 29 February forward! You may get a few comments to read through! ;-)

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