WIPs Be Gone

Almost done with some blocks for Humble Quilts Sweet Land of Liberty sew along.  I like this one because we are winging it for the pattern and all are making their own interpretation of the blocks unless fortunate to have bought the pattern by Cheri.
I also worked on a baby quilt.  It is now
quilted:
 bound

and on its way to the local NICU.
This is my 6th Nearly Insane block and my last.  I've decided to make a different set of blocks into baby quilts this year. More on that later.  

Who wants hexie papers?  Link your eye candy - of any kind, old or new for a chance to win 105 of them - enough to make 15 flowers. Blue button below. Party ends Thursday, midnight.


I'll be linking to Amanda Jean's Finish it Up Friday,  Sarah's Can I Get a Whoop Whoop?, Myra's Finished Or Not Fridays , and Jennifer's Wednesday Wait Loss . Do go by and see all the doings posted.

Comments

tubakk said…
Your baby quilt is so sweet, both front and back.
Moira said…
Cute NICU quilt. The fabric you used for the backing is also in my stash!
I love your Sweet Land of Liberty so far—it’s going to be awesome!
Shelly said…
You have really been getting a lot done, and I love looking at all of it!
Sweet Land is my favorite!
Clare M said…
Wow you have been busy. Baby quilt looks gorgeous. The Sweet Land blocks are very well done too. Looking forward to seeing your new baby quilt block. Hugs.
I love those patriotic blocks, so fabulous ­čśŹ
Love that Sweet Land of Liberty block! Really cute. And it's a great idea to base your charity baby quilts on the Nearly Insane. Can't wait to see what you pick for this year. Thanks for linking up to Wednesday Wait Loss!
jann said…
Really love your Sweet Land blocks...especially the "S". So clever...the baby quilt is adorable.
Shelly said…
You're on fire this year! I only just finished my first thing of the year, so I'm extremely happy to get to link up! Whew!
Muv said…
Hello Angie,
Such a sweet baby quilt. Those sheep are beautiful.
Thank you for linking up with Free Motion Mavericks!
Love, Muv
O'Quilts said…
lovely post...great interp of 4th of July