Today, Lee over at Freshly Pieced is celebrating one year of Work in Progress Wednesdays. I can't believe it has been a whole year. Lately, it seems that I have been less than organized and spotty at best about my postings, but this link up has been a great way for me to keep organized and get my projects done. Not to mention the inspiration I have gotten from the other quilters who link up on a regular bias. I love reading through their blogs and seeing what they have going on. I have found some of my favorite quilt blogs this way.
First up, Kate from Needle and Spatula is hosting this Drunkard’s Path Quilt-a-Long and I couldn’t help but join in. Curved piecing and I have never quite got along till now. She showed me a quick and easy way to put these blocks together with no pins. I am loving the results. I have the quilt top put together so far, but I think it needs another row. It seems a little short and a quilt needs to be able to cover your toes or what’s the use. :)
Yesterday, I put together this little mini for Amy Lou Who’s Mini Quilt Challenge. So, be sure to check back on Friday for the big reveal.
Lastly, I have been working on this pincushion and needle book, for the Sewn Spaces Pincushion Swap via Flickr. I finally sent it out yesterday with some goodies, and I hope my partner is likes it. This pincushion was the inspiration for my Big Chunk Pincushion Tutorial I posted the other day.
Now it is time to head on over to Freshly Pieced and check out what everybody else has going on for Work in Progress Wednesday. Have a great day!