Wednesday, 24 October 2012

WIP Wednesday


From last week's list:

Granny squares quilt - no progress from last week, except that I cut the binding fabric (I will spend some time making binding for several quilts on the go this week).

Giant star quilt - still no progress.  I have decided what fabric I am going to use to back it though, and I have the batting, so theoretically, I could baste it.  Hmmm, let's see if I get there by next week.  Might have to buy some more basting pins.

Equilateral triangle quilt - I spent lots of time on this quilt over the long weekend, and now the top is finished!  I haven't had a chance to take photos yet of the entire thing yet, and to be honest, I will need some assistance, because this quilt is GINORMOUS.  Good thing it is for my gigantor brother.  This is a photo of a five row section (more photos here):



Dappled sunlight - here are posts on the trimming process, the trimmed half square triangleslayout options and the complete quilt top.  I have now finished quilting the top with a rather lovely variegated thread - which shows best in this photo (more photos here):



New:

I have started a gingham quilt inspired by this one.  I am using solid fabrics from Spotlight and plan to write up a review when the quilt is finished (hopefully quite soon).


Linking up with Freshly Pieced:

5 comments:

Chez Roo said...

Your triangle quilts looks beautiful! I like your photography - it makes me want to see more!

Patchwork and Play said...

I love triangle quilts! I look forward to seeing yours in all its glory! You are very busy! Are you taking part in the Blogger's Quilt Festival this weekend?

FabricFascination said...

The variegated thread looks really nice, I will have to try that. Your ginormous triangle quilt looks great too.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

you have some lovely things going on....

Jennie said...

Your gingham quilt looks great - what a fun idea!