Apr 26, 2011

W.I.P#4

My most recent work in progress is, using up my scraps.
I have finally decided to make a spiderweb quilt.I am using it as a leader/ender project.

I am also making my 3x6 Sampler Mini Swap blocks.
Also,I have been working on more circle of flying geese,I think I will add some with my Bee blocks I receive.
Be sure to check out the other W.I.P's
at Freshlypieced.blogspot.com

Thank you for stopping by,Happy Stitching,Amy

25 comments:

diane said...

The orange square looks like a painting...very cool.

Elizabeth D. said...

Very cool - spiderwebs are great for some scrap busting, definitely! Sounds like you're making some good progress :)

kwiltmakr said...

2 quilts I want to make, spiderweb and the circle flying geese, your ahead of me. Nice job on the blocks, they look great.

Jenny said...

Love the way the scrapy spiderweb is coming out. The use of the oranges fabric is so fun too!

Becky said...

Love that 3x6 block! this is definitely turning into an interesting swap isn't it? Seeing what my swap members come up with is fascinating. Your block is gorgeous.

abby said...

Can't wait to see more of your bee blocks. I also like your use of the color orange. Not everyone appreciates orange!

Riel Nason said...

The spiderweb is a perfect choice for scrapbusting! Looking good!

SkippityDoDahQuilts said...

I love it! It's modern and traditional at the same time. I can't wait to see it finished :).

Happy Quilting!

Linz said...

That Spiderweb quilt looks COOL!!! And that orange one is gorgeous!!!!

Sew Many Mamas said...

Beautiful WIP's! I love Flying Geese but have never done any!

Katie B. said...

Love the orange/yellow color palette! It looks like summer to me! I finished a circle of geese block for a bee last week. Dang, that's hard work!

Dee said...

Oh my...the spiderweb quilt is gorgeous! Loving the orange and the geese. So much fun!

Marsha S said...

I would love to know more about the square swap please.
I like the spiderweb...it's similar to what I am doing with the strip quilts. Originally a gal in sewing club taught us how to make the strip squares to use up end scraps. Since, it's turned into major projects for me and cutting strips on purpose to make the quilts.
Do you have a tutorial anywhere on the spiderweb pattern?

Melinda said...

Love your spiderweb quilt, Amy! And the orange really pops! I'm only just now getting into orange, but I love it.

Leanne said...

The spiderweb quilts are always so nice, you are off to a great start. And I love the oranges you are using!

Debra said...

Your spiderweb looks amazing...love the fresh, zingy colours you have chosen ...happy day x

Shay said...

I love the way spiderweb blocks look and yours is scrappy heaven! Looks like you have a few things going on there Amy!

Melissa said...

Oooohhh...spiderweb AND leader/ender! You're one smart cookie! The block looks great, and the whole quilt is going to be so fabulous! I want to make a spiderweb quilt one day, too. They're just SO cool.

Hollie said...

Love the orange flying geese!

~Carla~ said...

Gorgeous!! I absolutely love orange... it makes me smile!! :)

Melanie said...

Love your spider web quilt! I'm hoping to make one next year to use up some of my scraps!

Debbie said...

Especially love your spiderweb quilt! Inspiring!

Kate said...

Looks like you have a lot of fun projects underway! I love the block with the oranges and spiderwebs and circle flying geese are both things I have been thinking of trying... very fun!

Lee said...

Oooh, love that orange block! So pretty! And the spiderweb block is great too. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

Teje said...

Hello Amy! Your spiderweb quilt is going to be amazing and I love these block with white and orange!
Have a lovely weekend! Teje