My largest ongoing project is the Philippians 4:8 Wall Hanging I am making with printed burlap and Urban Mod by AGF.
I haven't progressed very much since my post about it last Wednesday. I still haven't even decided if I am finished with the first block. I can't decide if I want to make the above block wider, or just start on the next one. I was out of town over the weekend... And I got distracted by another WIP...
On Monday I was looking around the living room and thinking I am ready for Spring, but I need some Spring decorations to brighten it up.
I bought some PB&J by BasicGrey for Moda a few weeks ago when I stopped by a LQS.
Honestly I had seen this fabric online, but it didn't stand out to me at all, but when I saw it at the LQS I fell in love. I had no idea what I was going to do with it, but bought a charm pack and a couple of fat quarters.
I know my pictures aren't the greatest, but once I saw this fabric close up and felt it, I just wanted to eat LOL.
I decided that a table runner for the coffee table and a few pillows for the couch would do the trick. I have been rather busy with work and the kids so I haven't made as much progress I had hoped.
Center of the Table Runner
I still have my SkillBuilders BOMs that I am working on, again not much progress since the last time I posted about them. I have only finished piecing the first 4, two more came out almost two weeks ago, so I need piece those, as well as quilt them.
The other project I need to finish up are these appliqued onesies. I started making them for my nephew and a friends baby back in August... Yes, back in August. I got 6 months done for each of them and went ahead and gave those to their mommies. Now I really need to get the other ones made and given to them!!! I really should do that ASAP.
Oh yes, I almost forgot... I won a fabric giveaway last week!!! I got the email on Friday. Thank you Ashley from Cherished Bliss and Southern Fabric for the Charm Packs of Marmelade and Happy Go Lucky!
I am linking up with Freshly Pieced WIP Wednesday hosted by Greenleaf Goods.