This is my first Freshly Pieced WIP Wednesday so here goes... :)
I have made very good progress on my Cathedral Window quilt. It felt good to lay it all out on the floor instead of agonizing over each block and its window fabric individually. The most difficult part of this quilt is finding the time to make all the white background units on the machine.
I made 81 units into 9 blocks, and I am working on the temporary basting by thread part.
I don't use pins. I hope to baste all 9 by Friday to start the hand applique part. It will be nice to have a prepped block to instantly pull out and work on. The pieces between the blocks, the ones hanging off the block, will be added at a later time when the blocks are sewn together.
I am debating adding units of Kona green all around the edges as a border. Any ideas on what your favorite color of green is with Meadowsweet?
Hopefully this quarter of the quilt will be done by summer. You can check out the tutorial for my method here if you're interested in this type of quilt.
I think I am suppose to make a list of my WIPs here. Yikes!
This week's stats:
New projects - 0
Completed projects - 0
Currently in progress - hmm... lots, but these are actively being worked on and you can see them on my new WIP page above!
American Jane Hexagons
Concrete Log Cabin- my goal is for this to be a top next week
I'll hopefully be more organized for WIP Wednesday next week. Thanks for visiting.