Friday wrap up

I definitely needed that snow day on Wednesday….I finally started catching up from being sick the first two weeks of January. Here I was thinking my goals were already so behind.

This week, I finished up:

  1. Pot holders (late Christmas Gift – also see giveaway)
    Potholder_Front 
  2. Feather blocks for Scrap-bee-licious
    AMH_Feathers_CompletedBlocks 
  3. Hive #3 January Stash Bee
    Hive3_Jan_StashBee_FinishedFabrics used were:
    Black: Mama Said Sew by Sweetwater for Moda
    Mustard: Timeless Treasures, Woodstock, Stitched Swirl Gold
    Yellow Paisley: Jacqueline Savage McFee, Grey Matters, Paisley Sunshine
    Grey: Leanne Hatch, Tri (Grey) – Spoonflower Designer
  4. Riley Blake Challenge Block 1 Complete
    MQG_RBChallenge_Sunrise

Linking up with Amanda Jean @ Crazy Mom Quilts and Jo @ Riddle and Whimsy who is hosting TGIFF.

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22 thoughts on “Friday wrap up

      1. Susan @TheBoredZombie.com

        I know! I did chat with a lady at Emily’s dance class tonight. She was telling me it was pretty wet and slick in Garner. I suppose if closing the schools saves just one kid’s life or limb, it is worth the trouble. 🙂

  1. katechiconi

    You’ve certainly been busy. Love those feathers so much – how hard are the blocks to put together? Like, 1 hour, 2 hours, half a day? I need to try and work out how realistic it would be to make one, given how many projects I already have planned.

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    1. mlwilkie Post author

      Thank you!! It is all improv piecing. I have the idea but I just take it as it comes. I start with strips and the cut them into smaller pieces. I sew two pieces together and chain piece pairs. Then I start piecing more and more of the pairs together. I did start with the yellows as I knew I wanted them in the middle then added my light oranges and finally the dark. I will Try and take some as you go photos with the next block and show how I put them together.

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