WIP Wednesday and FAL Finish #3

I’ve had a fairy productive week.  I had to take my Asian Peacock wall hanging off of the frame so that I could finish the last charity quilt for Little Warriors.  It was a cute jungle themed quilt so I used an edge-to-edge paw pattern on it.  I think it would be great for a boy or a girl.

LittleWarrior6

LittleWarrior6_closeup

LittleWarrior6-back

Once I finished this charity quilt I had to decide whether to put the wall hanging back on or to jump ahead and load my one block wonder.  The OBW won so I’ve been working on that for a few days.  Since the pattern is so busy I opted for an all over chrysanthemum design with some custom work around the appliquéd geishas.  It should be finished in the next day or so and then it goes into the big pile waiting for the binding to be completed.

OBW_frame

Linking up to:

Fabric Tuesday @Quilt Story

Linky Tuesday @FreeMotion by the River

WIP Wednesday @The Needle & Thread Network

WIP Wednesday @Freshly Pieced

We Did It Wednesday @Sew Much Ado

WOW Us Wednesday @Savy Southern Style

Whimsy Wednesday @The NY Melrose Family

WOW Me Wednesday @Polkadots on Parade

 

2014 WIP  Size   Current status
Pink & blue batik  King   binding
Jana’s Wedding  Queen  piecing
Asian Shadow Box  King   binding
Waterlily  Wall hanging   quilt top
One block wonder  Queen   FMQ
Peacock  Lap   FMQ
Blue Hydrangea  King   FMQ
Dragonflies  Wall hanging   Binding
Charm Square Crib 2  Baby  binding
Charm Square Crib 3  Baby  binding
2014 Completions   Size
Kimono  Wall hanging   Hung
Little Warriors Charity (x6)  Twin   Donated
Charm Square Crib 1  Baby   Donated
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6 Comments

Filed under Charity Quilt, FAL, Finish-A-Long, Work-in-progress

6 responses to “WIP Wednesday and FAL Finish #3

  1. here’s hoping for a better look at the OBW in a subsequent post!

  2. I should make a list. I am slightly afraid to make a list, but I should. I love the edge-to-edge pattern on that quilt. I’m still coming to terms with my long arm’s computer (not half as nifty as yours).

  3. Sue

    very nice!!!! I have no idea how you
    find the time to do all this!!! I can barely get anything I want done around here and I only work part time…lol….must be your “youth” lol…….love the quilt by the way!!!

  4. Audrey

    Lovely charity quilt. It is wonderful to do such a nice job on the long arm quilting for a charity quilt! I really like the colours of the quilt on the long arm. Beautiful!

  5. Connie Campbell

    Great quilts and I have to laugh at the idea of the big pile of quilts waiting on binding! Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

  6. One project nicer than the next! The panto you used on the charity quilt is so cute, and a nifty idea to put that nice fabric into attic windows.

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