The past month has been good to me, as far as project progress. The “Neighbourhood” quilt is really close, I just need binding (maybe a Friday Finish??).
This will be my ALOYF for October as a carry over of September. I was so close. This week I have also made a huge amount of progress on my Sew Mama Sew project….its coming up next week. Here’s how my list is looking, going into October.
Projects and Progress
|Project||Target Date||Current Status|
|Neighbourhood Quilt|| 20SEP2014
|Bjorn the Bear|| 20SEP2014
|Sew Mama Sew Project||29SEP2014|
|Phased Circles Quilt||OCT2014||
|Jungle Ave Tapa||OCT2014||
|Cherie Quilt||OCT2014||TOP (UNDERWAY), BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
Sorry, for the bad photo below. The Cherie quilt is now up on my design wall, I actually started sewing and laying it out this week. Better photos to come.
Linking up to Lee over at Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday.
Wow, I just love the quilting on the Neighborhood Quilt. Love those angles. Very dramatic and simple.
I’ll be interested to see what you choose for the binding on that Neighbourhood quilt – I think I’d probably wind up going with the yellow or orange that are in the corners, but I tend to prefer contrasting and even loud bindings, even when I know something quieter or more blend-in-able would work better. I think with this quilt you could really go either way – just depends what sort of overall theme you’re hoping it’ll lean toward.
Great colors on your Neighborhood quilt. Sometimes, there’s nothing else than plain fabrics!!
Yay for finishing the quilting! I stall on making the binding, even though it’s a fast and simple process.
The quilting on the neighborhood quilt looks great – the angles from the quilting keep my eyes really roving over the pattern.