Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Previously Backlogged Jobs Link Up Week 2

How are your Works In Progress coming along? 

I am pleased to say I finished piecing both Border Quilt 3 quilt tops and Braided Chain has been cut. Both patterns went out to the testers yesterday! Yay for new quilt patterns!

My next WIP, other than getting these tops quilted and to the photographer, is getting a start on my first Jacob's Ladder Quilt.

I am making it for my son, Jacob, for his 21st birthday, which is next month. I've given myself permission to not finish on time, but I'm hoping I will at least have it pieced. When asked what colors he would like his next quilt to be the answer was teal and yellow....

I needed a background color as well, but I'm hoping this will please him. Side note, yes it's another quilt with the first two colors from the 2020 Monthly Color Challenge, they just work well together!

I also need to do the block for the BOM from my LQS. Confession.....I didn't make a single block from last year.  I am going to try to make last years at the same time as this year. Hopefully during the next Backlogged post I can post a picture of both blocks.

This year we are using a set of new to me rulers.

The Mini Easy Angle and the Mini Companion Angle. Fingers crossed I can do this!

These hockey blocks are fabulous from the Week 1 link up. Penguins fan here, and I'm pretty sure I need that block! To see the other WIP links go HERE.

Now it's your turn to show me what you are working on!!  Whether it's an old project you are pulling out or a new one you are excited about. No need to be a blogger! Link up so we can be inspired!

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Happy Stitching!

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1 comment:

  1. Your lighting must be different with the yellow, cream and teal because the teal looks like a really dark navy on my monitor. I've mixed teal and orange, but not yellow...perhaps I should try that!! Yay for new patterns off to the testers!! You have been busy!!


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