WIP Wednesday – Round 2

Well…here I am again!  My second go at WIP Wednesday.  I’ll give you a look at the projects that I am working on and of course one completed project from last weeks post.

Boxed In:

Boxed In (7) Boxed In - WIP Boxed In - WIP I managed to scrape together three more blocks from my layer cake of Dill Blossom Fabric.  I don’t think a total of 12 if possible with this color scheme (I’m sure you can tell, but I also dipped into some of my stash to make this work…)Boxed In - WIPSo…I’m going to move ahead with 9 basic blocks. Boxed In - WIP

The next step I took was to cut all my blocks into quarters and I mixed them all up on my design wall.  Now, I have to create the sashing…

the Mystery Quilt:

Mystery Quilt WIPNo new progress this week.  My cold took me out of business for a few days so things didn’t go as far as I hoped.  Next step is still borders… 


Block-A-Palooza Quilt

Blocks 1 - 11Still the same as yesterday – 11 blocks.  Block 12 is going up tomorrow.  By next week I should have 13 blocks to show you! 


the Bloom Quilt:

Bloom - WIP

I’ve been sticking to my goal of at least 5 yo yos a day and things are progressing.  Next step…more yo yo’s and probably adding a binding to the quilt.

Project QUILTING – Hardware Store

ENTRY Project QUILTING - Hardware Store Challenge - How Does Your Garden Grow?

This quilt is no longer a WIP – it’s moved to the ‘completed’ pile.  I managed to finish my challenge piece and this is what I came up with.  Don’t forget – there’s still plenty of time to vote for your favorite and comment to win a fantastic prize!  http://kimscraftyapple.blogspot.com/2011/02/time-to-vote-project-quilting-hardware.html


The Secret Project

I do have another project that I have the fabric for.  I’m not sure if I will post about it or not since it’s going to be a gift and I don’t want to ruin the surprise!

Until next week…


  1. I can't wait to see how your dill blossom quilt turns out. It's neat that your sewed the blocks and then quartered them.

  2. Wow, all of your projects are beautiful!! I love the Boxed In design. And your yo-yos are great too!


Thank you for your comments! I do my best to reply but life sometimes gets in the way. I do read and appreciate each and every comment!

*some posts on this blog contain affiliate links to vendors such as Amazon - at no additional cost to you. The small amount of affiliate income I earn allows me to bring you free patterns and DIY tutorials, as well as pay for domain fees. For more information, please visit my Disclosure Statement and Advertising Policies page.