Saturday, April 21, 2012

progress report

I had a week in the middle of Maine for work, so no sewing. I have been easing back into my studio since then. Not a ton of progress on any 1 project. Just piddling on several smalls:

Flimsy made from TMQG patriotic blocks:
71" by 67" flimsy made of TMQG blocks & my scraps#quilts
I fleshed this out using scraps from my stash. Currently 78" by 61".

This is the beginning of something I am making for my partner in the Modern She Made Swap group on Flickr:
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3.5" Drunkards path blocks.

5 minis completed (using my Trapunto-faux©  technique) [Sarcasm, why yes!]

1. Grey Lark Mini 18" Square
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This uses Lark leftovers on gray Kona. This is FMQed using a layer of poly batting over a layer of cotton batting.

2. Rainbow Star 18" Square
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I used a variety of prints from my stash, along with Kona solids and the dark gray border is Westminster Manatee. (Love this gray!) I FMQ-ed this with a layer of wool batting over a layer of cotton. I added the button in a fit of whimsy. THIS quilt is for my TMQG partner in our Doll/Mini swap.

3. DS Quilts Doll Quilt Swap (for my partner)
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18" square featuring DSQuilts prints with a dash of FMF thrown in for good measure. I FMQ-ed this with a layer of poly over a layer of cotton batting. 

4. Red Flower 16" Square
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Prints given to my by a TMQG sista' {hi Sarah!}, Kona Coal solid, FMQ-ed on 2 layers of cotton batting. To be donated.

5. FMF Flower 18" Square

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18" Square,Mostly Flea Market Fancy prints playing with some Westminster solids (which feel so good!) and Kona Gray and Snow. I FMQ-ed this on 2 layers of cotton batting. To be donated.

These small projects are really working for me while I am traveling ever 3 weeks for work. But I am getting the itch to finish my king-sized summer quilt. So, who knows? Maybe I'll get back on that!

6 comments:

Cherie said...

Some great projects there! I love the mini's =D

Tammy said...

Your minis are fabulous! So colourful and cute. Bravo..well done.

Carrie P. said...

You have been very busy!

Laura said...

You are so productive--do you find it easier to make things with a specific recipient or purpose in mind? I seem to have too many finished things piling up, and it seems to be stopping me from finiishing more.

Caroline Heinrichs said...

Love these blocks, are you part of a modern quilt guild? I love these, are going to put a tutorial on your blog for them. Awesome machine quilting too!
http://www.goodearthquilting.blogspot.ca
All the best,
Carli

Sandra Kaye said...

Kellii..your doll quilts are very sweet!! I should have joined that trade :):) I would have loved to get your trade :):) Hugs