Works In Progress & Fabriholic Anonymous Confession

Progress is happening! It's happening very sloooowly but it is happening.  lol.  

I have completed the Butter Churn quilt top. Next steps: baste, quilt, bind!



This needs to get done before March Break is over or it will not be done in time for baby!

Also started but not on my WIP list is a hybrid hand and machine piecing project:
So far, it's just been hand pieced, but it is a longer term project. I am not sure how big it will be.  But I am using the Inklingo method and freebie collection to create the pieces.  There were a few hiccups with the printing but overall it seems to be going well.

I must confess that I have broken my fabric fast. Not once but twice {insert embarrassed me here}.  Once was for the Butter Churn quilt because I was short 11 background squares but then I ordered the wrong colour of fabric (I have the Kona Colour chart now...).  The second time was when I purchased the backing fabric - which doesn't count as part of the fabric fast, but the 6 FQ's I bought with it do...  

Now, I am determined that I will do even more in the next 3 months to use up my stash.  I am participating in the March Economy Block swap on Threadbias.  I also have another baby quilt that is due in a few months and a bunch of QAL's that I want to finish or start.  

Wish me luck ladies and gents!


Comments

Quilt Musings said…
Love this two color quilt!

How can you go into a quilt shop and only get what you went in for?? ;) Never happens to me lol
Jayne said…
love the blue and white and the block is fantastic!
Soma Acharya said…
The butter churn quilt top is lovely!! Such crisp piecing :)

-Soma
Naomi said…
Quilt Musings - this is why I am trying not to go into the shops during my fabric fast! lol.
Naomi said…
Jayne thank you so much. I believe it is a churn dash variation. The pattern is from American Patchwork & Quilting Feb2013 issue. I have so many magazines but I usually make my quilts from blog tutorials. lol
Naomi said…
Hi Soma, thanks for visiting! The pattern really lends itself to accuracy (lucky for me).
Jessica said…
Great work on you quilt and piecing. :)
your butter churn quilt is beautiful and bold!

Thanks so much for linking up to Needle and Thread Thursday!

:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation
your Butter Churn quilt top looks amazing! I love this blue and white together, so fresh and modern!
It makes me wish for spring even more.
It's so hard to do a fabric fast when there is such lovely fabric to buy! haha! Your quilt is lovely and I love the modern look of it!

Thank you for linking up to Fabric Frenzy Friday!
-Lindsey
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