Work in Progress

Posted on November 30th, by Amy in work in progress. 16 comments

There’s six of them here.

And “in progress” only if you count having them cut!  I’m hoping to sit down and sew for an hour today… wish me luck!


PS – I’ll be back soon to announce a couple winners!

16 thoughts on “Work in Progress

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  2. Ohhh, and I see Origins! I just ordered an FQ bundle of that from Green Fairy Fabrics for a FABULOUS deal! :) Love that line and can’t wait to see your table runners from these sweet piles of joy!

  3. You just brought a smile to my face :D I can so relate! I have my sewing machine awaiting electricity & me, so where am I? When did cutting/sewing/quilting become a ‘feeling of added pressure’? At times, computers are more enjoyable…but, takes the time away from “fill in this blank”.
    I will sew soon…..
    :) Jackie in NC

  4. I oopseyed, I am the Jackie in the “ananymous”…I do not know how I did the ananymous. Hopefully this 2nd posting recognizes me ;)

  5. That’s alot of cutting! I am sure they will come together easily for a pro like you :) Hope you are able to get that hour in! That’s a goal for me as well today.

  6. At least you have WIPs that are already cut! I have 5 piles of fabric here – 3 aprons, a messenger bag, a skirt and more fabric on the way for two more aprons, two pillowcases and another skirt, background for a quilt! At least your WIPS are IN PROGRESS.

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