Here’s a peek at some W.i.P.’s (work in progress) that can be found in my sewing room.
I’m making progress (but still not caught up) on my Penny Sampler quilt which has consisted of a lot of applique so far. This is part of an online class I’m taking through Stitched in Color.
I finished a quilt and it only took me two years! Or has it been three? This is a signature quilt that I made (with the help of my sister) as a wedding gift for our niece.
The pattern came from a magazine, and I can’t remember which one! It was either American Patchwork & Quilting or McCall’s Quilting. You can barely see the signatures below, but they’re visible in person.
And I made this next quilt top in two days – the pattern is called Sidelights by Mountainpeek Creations and it’s a great way to use a panel. I love the pops of color and hopefully my daughter will too. It’s for her college apartment.
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