UFOs and WIPs

This page is for my unfinished projects and works-in-progress (UFOs and WIPs), as of December 2013.  Hopefully, putting them on my blog will help motivate me to actually finish some of them.  Some have borders already, but some still need borders before I can do the rest of the project.  The lighting on these pictures isn't the best, but I had to take them all indoors with less than ideal conditions.

#1:  This is a free pattern from P&B Textiles called Sing a Song.  The four corner and middle squares were supposed to have fussy-cut pieces from a children's print, but I used squares of some Pam Kitty Morning fabric instead.  The blue and white stripe you see around the edges is a comforter on the bed.  I laid a white sheet over it for most of the rest of the pictures so it wouldn't detract from the quilt tops.
Update:  This one is now sandwiched and ready to quilt.

#2: This has been around for so long that I don't remember what the pattern is called.

 #3:  This is Baby Steps from Darlene Zimmerman's 2009 Clothesline Club.  It is all 30s reproduction fabrics.

#4:  I've had this for awhile also and don't remember the name of the pattern.  It may have been a kit from a quilt shop I visited in Minnesota.

#5:  This is Evening Stroll, a Glad Creations pattern from Glad Creations Quilt Shop in St. Paul.  It is a sampler quilt and is one of the first tops I did.

#6:  This pattern is called Pie Crust Pile-Up from Atkinson Designs.
Update:  I gave this top away.

#7:  This is called Crumbs by Me & My Sister Designs.

#8:  This is an Eleanor Burns Quilt-in-a-Day pattern called Stars and Crosses.  It's a wall hanging.

#9:  This is called Bee Happy.  It's a free pattern from Henry Glass & Co., using a panel in the center.

  #10:  This is also one I've had around for awhile.

#11:  This is called Perfect Ten from Swirly Girl Designs.

#12:  Harvest Pumpkin applique pattern from Laundry Basket Quilts.

#13:  I did this at a class I took at a local quilt shop.  It's sort of a snippets type pattern where you cut the fabric into tiny pieces, then drop them where you want them to go.  Then cover with black mesh and meander stitch all over. 

#14:  This is called Scrap Jar Stars and is from the blog A Little Bit Biased.   I made this from a charm pack, and I like it so much that I ordered more fabric and will make more squares so it will be a larger quilt.

#15:  These are appliqued squares from the Building Blocks book by Nancy Murty and Bee Creative Studio.

#16:  This table runner pattern is called Twister by Pieced Tree Patterns.

Finished January 2014.

#17:  This is a applique mini called April Flowers & Chicks by The Wooden Bear Quilt Designs.

Finished January 2014.

#18:  This is called Jelly Roll Race.
Update:  I gave this top away.

#19:  These squares are from a class I took several years ago.  I don't remember exactly how it was done, but we put fabrics we had already cut into paper bags and then during class, we grabbed some out of each bag and put them together, hoping the results wouldn't be too ugly.
Update:  I have put the blocks together with setting strips and sewn rickrack along the center of each strip.

#20:  This is just a simple four patch using charm squares.
Update:  I gave this top away.

As you can see, I've got plenty to keep me busy this year in addition to some other quilts I plan on making.

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