After weeks of slow progress, I am finally gaining momentum on my Year of the Finish! A change in my commuting method has left me with time several days a week to hand quilt. This has motivated me to get several projects to the hand quilting or sewing stage so that I never face a commute empty-handed. Recently, my mom and I got together for a sewing day and I managed to machine quilt two baby quilts. I am itching to get started on a new project, but I am doing my best to focus and finish up a few more WIPs before I do.
Between the Cats
The machine quilting is finished, but I want to add some hand quilting for texture.
I love this quilt! I think that it might be my Scrap Attack quilt, as it is almost entirely made of scraps. I have been plugging along at the back for awhile, and it finally came together this past weekend. I thoroughly enjoyed using ever smaller scraps to complete the back. I machine quilted it in a cross-hatch pattern and now need to bind it.
Valentine's Day Quilt
This is my current leader/ender project. I am using this technique to make the Half-Square Triangles and I love how sewing together two squares of fabric results in four half-square triangles!
Warm/Cool Quilt Along
I finished the hand quilting on my commute and I currently binding it. I can't wait until it is finished so that I can hang it on my wall!
In Progress: 10
Many thanks to Lee of Freshly Pieced for hosting WIP Wednesday.