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Wednesday, 17 August 2011

WIP Wednesday #40

Must confess, not much progress happening this week.
My main ongoing project, above, is slowly coming together.
It's frustrating because I know this Dr Seuss quilt top could be finished in no time but so many other things happening in our household at the moment that progress has been slow.
I'm sorry but that's all on the sewing front for me this week.
Be sure to check out Lee's WIP Wednesday post. It's her 40th WIP post.
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced
For progress on other craft projects I've been working on check out today's other post here


  1. It may be going slow, but it is going to look great when it's done!

  2. I simply love that fabric, and what you are doing with it. So very cute.

  3. Oh my. Love the Dr. Seuss fabric. I teach and think that would be a great idea for my classroom.

  4. Those blocks are just so cute! It might be going slowly, but the finished product will be worth it. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

  5. Stitched a bit more of the quilt today...almost done. The more I put it together, the more I like it.
    Vivian, it's really not too difficult...I just have so much on my hands atm. The block centres are from a panel, but it's an impossible panel to use without cutting it up first.
    Lee, your WIP link is what inspires me to do a bit more each week! Grand Nephew due in 7 weeks.
    Cathy and Toni, thanks for dropping by.


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