I have a lot of things started and some of them progressing, some of them are just sitting pretty on my to do pile. I will say with my goals from this month, I am procrastinating but in a good way. I have been working on other WiPs on the list due later in the year…oops.
Tapa Star Block Patterns – I have made up at least 1/2 of the second block and expect to have it finished this week. Fabrics are Carolyn Friedlander Architextures and Robert Kaufman Kona’s (Wasabi, Chartreuse, Bonsai, and Clover). Due date for pattern: February
Hexagon Quilt: I managed to spend some time on this lap quilt, this week while travelling to Ikea and stuck in bed. I have slowly made progress – each row now has about 60 hexagons and all hexagons are unique fabric prints (except for the grey). Due Date: December
Kowhai paper piecing block: I am testing a block for Juliet @ Tartan Kiwi. Fabric chosen and sewing has begun. This should also be finished this week. Extra activity
So, the stuff I am supposed to be working on, looks like this:
Riley Blake Challenge: No progress
Stash Bee Block: Fabrics Chosen, tutorial printed and read.
Scrap-bee-licious Blocks: Not started
Book Review Tuesday: Book decided and fabrics selected for the project. Guest host for February lined up.
That’s the bits and bobs of this week. Linking up with Lee @ Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday.
Hey girl, that’s YOUR list, don’t let it boss you around! If something’s screaming your name, just make it! If you haven’t started something, it’s for a reason… The new thing’s more FUN.
I know but is it not frustrating when you know you have to finish a couple of things and those are the ones you least want to work on 🙂 It’s not a big deal for now until I am out of bed which I am hoping towards the end of the week.
Get well soon! Love what I’m seeing so far, so looking forward to the rest of it.
I love your 2 WIPS on here. Gorgeous, vibrant colours both of them. Good luck with all the projects on the go!
Thank you…I love the new Kona fabrics so that helps out a lot with the vibrancy of those stars 🙂
Oh my gosh, architexture and those solids are working so amazingly well together in your first quilt! I love it!
Thank you. I love the colors they are popping and complement the architextures well, I think 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.
Those Tapa Star block patterns are amazing!
How do you do it, Michelle?!? I’m impressed that you get so much done.
And wow – those hexagons look fantastic! How big will the quilt be?
Aw, Thank you. I think the same thing about you.The hexagon quilt will be a lap quilt so still a fair bit to go. The hexies are 1 inch so this is my travel/in front of the tv quilt which I just plug away at 🙂
Now I just have to get that Riley Blake quilt done …there’s always something right 🙂
Love love love the green block.
Thank you!! They are taking a little longer than expected to finish but then it is not surprising….I still am not really at the sewing machine. Maybe this weekend!!
Oooh! That half-block is just awesome!
The hexagon quilt is my favourite!!!!
Those star blocks are gorgeous! I love the lemon and lime theme too 🙂 Avis x
I have an EPP hexagon quilt wip too, and have not even bothered to give it an end date!!
Sorry for being a bad influence and distracting you from projects that you should be doing 😉 Love the fabrics that you’ve chosen for the kowhai.
Your Tapa star is gorgeous! Love those colors together.
I like the list. Some on their way, some not. It’s looking good.