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WiP Wednesday: Fall Quilt Panel

So I am back blogging after taking a two week break. I was enjoying a great vacation with my parents who are visiting from New Zealand.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

I did manage to get further in the 4 seasons quilt (see previous blogs for ongoing progress). I finished all 4 panels, fall/autumn panel was the most recent one. Here are some photo’s:

  • Autumn/Fall and Winter Panelsfall_winter_panels
  • Spring and Summer Panels
    Spring_summer_panel
  • All four seasons4seasons_panel

Now it’s on to the borders and finishing the top, and deciding how to back it.

More quilt projects, work in progress

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

So being work in process Wednesday, I have a lot of things started. Apparently, I still have more in me even after the craft fair last week.

I am in the process making the family Christmas Stockings based on their fabric choices.

Son’s Christmas Stocking (Complete)
BlueGreenOrangeChristmasStocking

Husband’s Stocking Top
EarthyChristmasStocking

An update on the 4 Season’s Quilt – Summer is now complete, the dandelions even change from yellow (Spring) to white seed’s (Summer). Only panel to go now is Fall.
ThreeOfFourSeasonsQuilt SpringDandelionsWhiteDandelions

Another project that is a custom order – Gift card holders that can be reused as Credit card holder. A quick update at 11:30 pm on Wednesday – I finished the order!!! Here are all three.
GiftCardPocket

Four Season’s Quilt Work in Progress

Today’s Wednesday’s work in progress – this idea is so great as it keeps me on task so I can share the progress I am making on the various projects I have going. WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

This week I wanted to share where I am up to with the four seasons quilt. The front of this quilt has four panels representing an apple tree for each season. I now have Spring and Winter complete…Summer is underway with darker green leaves and apples. I have blogged previously about this quilt which you can find here: last update and the first post.