Another WIP is gone! This one I numbered as #8. Been hanging around for a while and glad it is out the door:
Edging all done and ready to gift. A bit bigger than the usual St. Anne's 36" square, but some Mom will surely like it for her little one. And I'm quilting #9 now:
Here's when I was SITD the middle row - after that it just got easier. Here's all the squares stitched:
For novices to FMQ, I do recommend a busy background - you won't see mistakes if you have any and will be more encouraged to keep practicing. And I've started some quilting in the squares:
Here's a donut I started for WIP #3. I was working on it at my friends house when we had a mini bee. You can see I got distracted. Off to find the seam ripper.
Lastly, I found some flowers hidden under my climbing Cecil Brunner rose. I rescued them and brought them indoors:
It feels good to have something to show you. How are you doing on your wips?Would love to see - doesn't have to be a finish, but we'll admire those, too. Linky below - remember it doesn't have to be a new post, just one that shows a WIP. Ends Monday, midnight. I'm linking to Sarah's Can I get a Whoop, Whoop?, Amanda's Finish it Up Fridays, FMQ Mavericks, and Richard's Link a Finish Friday. Lots of eye candy there.
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