Two quick-ish WiPs and ALYoF Goal

I have two WiPs that were not on my large list for the month, that is my focus this week.
RoadSignsBlocks_Cut

The first project are my starter blocks for the Sisterhood of the Traveling Quilts. My idea was to use road signs with a “architectural” feel and a minimal color palette and lots of neutrals (this post has all the details and inspiration). I have cut out 4 of the 6 blocks and plan to finish these this weekend where they will be shipped out to Liz over @ beadqueene.

PhasedCircles_morequilting

The second project….you will laugh…but it is Phased circles again. I got really great feedback from the judges at QuiltCon on the lack of quilting for the inner circles, which I went back and forward on in my head for several weeks. So, more quilting is happening this week, as I may enter it in another show.
PhasedCircles_morequilting_back

My WiP that will be my goal for this month is a project you have seen glimpses of. I am 1/2 way through quilting but to be honest a little over it/bored with it.  To make sure I finish it….I need it to be my goal for “A lovely Year of Finishes” (see button on the right). Keep on quilting, keep on quilting.

Pyramid_QuiltDesign IMG_3310

Finally, I wanted to share my favorite photo from my instagram feed this week. Look how pretty my work place was in the snow last week.
SnowNC

Linking up with Lee over @ Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday (see button on the right).

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Two quick-ish WiPs and ALYoF Goal

  1. clumsykristel

    I love the look of those starter blocks for your Travelling Quilt. It’ll be so interesting to see how that comes together as it travels around.

    It looks (from the picture on the right) like you’re doing some pretty intense quilting on that project you’re bored with. I sort of dread hitting a point of boredom with projects like that because when they’re so much to be done and you’re tired of doing it, you can’t even tell yourself that you can just finish it up quickly and get it over with. On the other hand, once it’s finished, the relief will be incredible 😀

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