Wednesday, November 9, 2011

WIP Wednesday

My Mother is visiting this week (Yippee Skippee) and she brought with her a fabulous roll of  fabric that she found in Salt Lake that perfectly matches the color on the nursery walls.  So I bet you can guess what that roll is going to turn into . . .  Bumper pads, Crib Skirt, and Curtains.  And of course, from my stash I pulled some wonderful prints to make a matching Crib Quilt!!  I am so excited!!!  So add a Baby Room Makeover to the Works in Progress!!!  (But hopefully it won't stay for long :)



I also managed to move a few of the projects to the Completed Stage!!!  Yippee Skippee!!!


Designing Stage
  • Baby Quilt for Special new Niece arriving in March 
  • Baby Quilt for Special new Niece arriving in April
  • Circle Meets Square Quilt
  • 4th of July Table Runner for Sister-In-Law 
  • Christmas Tutorial
  • Sewing Summit Projects  - Bee Bolt Block and Bag Makeover
Piecing Stage
  • Stars Quilt-A-Long
  • Hugs and Kisses Quilt for Grandma
  • Going Places Quilt
  • High Flying Quilt
  • Baby Room Makeover - Crib Bedding and Curtain
Quilting Stage



Completed Stage
  • Secret Project B
  • Secret Project C  
  • Secret Project A 
  • Sewing Summit Project Mini - (more on this tomorrow)

And a special Congrats to Lee at Freshly Pieced!!  This is her 1 year anniversary of WIP Wednesday linky!!!  Check it out by clicking on the link below!!

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28 comments:

  1. What a fun project to do with your mom!

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  2. That fabric is SO cute!!!! I love it! Good luck with all the nursery sewing! And I can't wait to see all those secret projects!

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  3. Love it! And those new nieces better be on the Corry side as Canada has not heard of any new Bourne babies :)!!!!!

    M

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  4. Great job on the completions!

    Mary
    http://www.quiltgenius.com

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  5. awe i love wilting with my mom, enjoy it!

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  6. How satisfying is that to move so many things over to the completed list!? I love those fabrics, pink and green was always one of my favorite color combos.

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  7. Love the color combination! Have fun with your mom! How nice to share a hobby with her!

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  8. Wow, so busy!! I love the fabrics you have chosen for the crib set.

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  9. Pretty! Don't you love it when you find a perfect color match! Have fun with your mom!!

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  10. What a wonderful project to be able to work on with your mom! You did a great job coordinating the fabrics, I am glad that it goes with the nursery walls!

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  11. Great colors for a baby room makeover! Enjoy your time with your Mom!

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  12. Sewing with mom sounds like so much fun! I am trying to get my mom back into it again. I have a feeling I'll have to give her some grand-kids before she starts it up ;)

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  13. You mom is the best, arriving with beautiful fabrics and a plan, enjoy!

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  14. Very cool, a happy baby room make over!! Enjoy the time with your mom too!

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  15. Those fabrics are 'sew' pretty. Can't wait to see the finish.
    ~Kimberlee

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  16. Good luck with your nursery re-do, I bet you'll have a lot of fun with that!

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  17. The nursery is going to be so pretty.
    I wish my mom was a sewer....that doesn't look right LOL How about if I say a seamstress instead.

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  18. How lovely that you and your mom get do this together. It will be a beautiful nursery :)

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  19. That's a lot of secret projects. Must be Christmas time :)

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  20. oh, the baby room makeover sounds fun :)

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  21. Baby projects are always so much fun!

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  22. How sweet of your mom, I bet everything will be beautiful for new baby!

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  23. Quite a list, Melissa! But I love the pink and green fabric. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from each and every one of you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa