WIPS Be Gone, Finish and Giveaway

The Giveaway is still on and so is the Grow Your Blog.  I'm finding some really nice blogs at Vicki's event.  Here's the book I'm giving away:
Just go to the previous post and you'll see the various ways you can enter to win it.  Ends Feb 14th. And don't forget to go to Grow Your Blog - you will have lots of fun there.

Now for my WIPs Be Gone!  I'm happy to say, I do have some progress.  Here's the first section of a border I'm  adding to my WIP #1:
 The prairie points aren't that hard. You can see a tutorial for these peiced points in my previous post.
It's just finding the time to do them.  I've been creating another B3quilt for my guild and in the process made 4 more (some for St. Anne's).  LOL - I couldn't stop!

How did you do with your WIP progress? I'd so like to see what you did - even if it was only a little bit.  Linky below.  It ends Monday, midnight.  So looking forward to seeing your steps forward.



Here's my finish for the week.  One of those 4 I mentioned.  Now how can a quilt top be a finish?  That's my part of the process for St. Anne's .  I make quilt tops; others sandwich, tie and bind.  Sometimes I will quilt a top, but most are tied.
I'm linking to Amanda's Finish it Up Friday, Sarah's Can I get a Whoop, Whoop? and Julie's Pet Project Show.  See you there!

Comments

Kate said…
Your prairie points border looks so nice on the quilt - I'm planning on trying out your technique one of these days.
Just one block for me....Love your prairie points
Cathy said…
I don't think I've ever seen prairie points made the way you did in your tutorial. I made prairie points one time in separate pieces and had a hard time lining them all up accurately. I'll have to try your method if I ever think of doing points again.
Sandra Walker said…
Love 9-patches! I too have a flimsy finish using them, too funny. Must check out the WIPS Be Gone linky.
MartiDIY said…
I read your prairie points post the other day and think I understand but I can't wait to see your finished quilt to see what it looks like. Thanks for hosting this party too!
desertskyquilts said…
Almost all my finishes are tops because they go off to American Heroes. If I had a longarm, a finish would be quilted but not bound - I hate binding! Your donation to St. Anne's is adorable!
Sue G Johnson said…
Your prarie points are looking just gorgeous! Congratulations on your finish!
MegsAnn said…
Cool 9P. I like that there are multiple people involved in different stages of this project. It's kind of like a relay race of love. www.quiltartbymegan.com