I'm on a mission to make a dent in my WIP list before the end of the year. I've dug out a few long term WIPs and I've put them to the top of pile. As a reward to myself, I've also made a start on something new...
An Anna Maria Horner feather quilt has been on my bucket list for the last few years. Maybe next year! In the meantime I thought a reduced feather would look good on the side of a Sew Together Bag. I didn't put a lot of thought into the whole process, I used the STB that Andrea had made me as a rough guide for size, I could see that the 50% feather should fit, especially if I set it on an angle. I made up the sizes for the setting pieces as I went, not an ideal way to piece but fun and fast! Then I thought I had better get back to that WIP list.
As I mentioned in my last post, I finished up the remaining six envelopes in the SWAK swap. The very last envelope is my favourite from my year in envelopes. I used the Math Class Doodles Spoonflower print that Katy sent me in a swap, I adore that print!
This afternoon I finished quilting my daughter's Out to Sea Penny Patch quilt. I used Rachel at Stitched in Color's Dogwood quilting tutorial. I love the softness that all those gentle curves add to the quilt. I'll be looking for excuses to use this quilting pattern again!
Do you have a few WIPs that you plan to finish before the end of the year?
Linking up to WIP Wednesday with Lee at Freshly Pieced.