Quilt ADD in therapy

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Other than my family, the passion of my life is quilting. An eclectic, I love a wide variety of styles and techniques encompassing both machine and hand work. Instagram: lyncc_quilts

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

My WIP Wednesday #12

Ahhhh. . . :D 


What a Hoot is all topped up now, ready for a date with Patty and her longarm! (This is a long-twin, perfect for cheering up a drab dorm room.) 



Oops - I still need to pop in a movie and comb over the back for all the trailing threads. This much white with that many dark/bright patches is a recipe for disaster. If you don't, the strings show through when they meander under the white. Yes, I worked on a tutorial for those Celtic Knot borders, but it's not quite ready yet.

Marissa's Moment only has 5 heart yo-yo's left to stitch on. It lives in my "Away Tote," which gets pulled out for handwork during appointment waits, etc.  (She wanted them stitched this way around, and it's her quilt, so I oblige.)




And it's time to put the next project on the front burner, which is finishing Hugs and Kisses from Above. Need to change Sapphira over for free-motioning, and then I'll quilt up the pin-basted charity quilt for a little practice before popping Hugs in. I think I need to get some plexiglass first, too, and draw out the quilting idea in my mind and see if it really looks like I think it will on that top. 











I even already cut out the binding.










And, finally, my Ginghers are getting little workouts when I use the BOM of the moment to take a break from my main focus:








And a big "Thank you!" to Lee at Freshly Pieced for hosting WIP Wednesdays it really keeps me motivated to keep those UFOs going! (Go check out what everyone else is doing - there are some really neat projects out there!)

This week's stats:
New Projects - 0
     (still being good)
Completed Projects This Week - 0          
In Active Progress -    (What a Hoot, Devon!, Sailing with the Flying Needles - at longarmer's!, Charity wheelchair quilt, Hugs and Kisses)
UFO Firing Range - 36.667 
         
Finishes for 2011 - 15  

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
What a Hoot, Devon! (going to the longarmer's any day now)

Hugs and Kisses from Above (minky here - next task)
Sailing with the Flying Needles (is at the longarm studio!!)
Two charity wheelchair quilts
Around the World with Mr. Hernandez (Mr. Hernandez's)
Around the World with Mr. Hernandez (Heather's)
Dreamy Unicorns
Wagon Wheels West #2

Be Attitudes
We Love Kelly
Devon's Silk Spinners

Marissa's Minky Squares
Kelly's Thirties Hand Quilter
Kelly's Calico
Leap Frog Lily Pond

Poor Forgotten Orphan from 15 Years Ago #1

24 comments:

Annie said...

I love owls and that quilt is stunning, really cute!

ANNIE
: )

LaDonna and Diana said...

The owl quilt looks great! Love the heart yo-yos...I've never worked with any type of yo-yo...how will it be to quilt with them already on the top? I like to make my binding at the beginning of a project too; it's so nice that it's all ready to go!

LaDonna

noga quilts said...

I love the Hoots, and the celtic border is beautiful!

So many quilt tops ready! I'm jealous, I only have one...

Bree said...

what cute X's and O's!

Kelly Irene said...

Everything you're making looks great! I really like the XOs :)

Melinda said...

Love the owls (again!) and I really love those Celtic corners.
Your hugs and kisses quilt is going to be adorable!

littlemissmk said...

love the hugs and kisses!

Our Busy Little Bunch said...

Wow, lots of quilts on the go! LOVE the X&O's quilt!

Rachaeldaisy said...

i can't believe it's Wednesday again!! You've kept up the momentum and are flying through your projects! They're all looking wonderful! I haven't seen your hugs and kisses before, it looks beautiful.

Alicia said...

hii like very much your hug and kisses, and really loved the owl quilt with all the white around. It is great is finished

mainer said...

Love the owls and the borders. Looking forward to the tutorial.

Alli said...

Your owls are fantastic! I don't like doing applique, but I love it when other people do it. The graduation cap owl in the middle is so fun!

Linda said...

Love it! Can't wait to see it after it's quilted!!

Rachel said...

This is the first extra-long quilt I've seen! What are the dimensions?

M-R said...

I love your owl and xo quilts! Beautiful! I'll definitely be back to see that border tutorial -- I love Celtic motifs!

Melissa said...

Wow! 15 finishes already for 2011? I've got 2. :)I love your What A Hoot quilt -- you're right, it will cheer up a drab dorm room. :)

Melissa said...

Wow! 15 finishes already for 2011? I've got 2. :)I love your What A Hoot quilt -- you're right, it will cheer up a drab dorm room. :)

Debbie said...

You have alot of great projects coming along! And (yikes!) alot to be quilted - good luck with the finishes!

Marg said...

Love the owls quilt. You are getting through your projects. i love having a few on the go at any one time to give me some choice. I just wish I could be like you and have a few more finishes.

Leanne said...

Beautiful work! I love those owls!

A Girl said...

Love your Hoot quilt. Wow! you have got tons going on. I look forward to seeing more.

Quilts Sew Shabby said...

"What A Hoot" IS a Hoot!!! Love the border also. I adore Marissa's Moment quilt ... how unique and beautiful ... I really want to see the whole thing when it's finished!

AKing said...

Loving the owls! Is there a pattern available for them? Thanks for checking my lil ol blog out too!

My Sweet Prairie said...

I love second quilt , gosh they are all so pretty! I can not get over all that lovely applique!
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