It’s officially the time of year where I get to work on Christmas presents, which also means content for my blog will be lacking until after the holidays. With my focus on several “top secret” projects, there is only so much time to sew my two million random ufos. I actually have made a ton of progress on my Winding Ways, but still have a lot more to go. I’ve been piecing in units, which makes it a bit easier to handle because you do the same motion over and over again instead of going from one step to the next.
I also decided to try my hand at Amy Butler’s Weekender Bag. I’ve seen so many awesome ones I couldn’t resist giving it a whirl. I only have one pocket panel done so far, but I think it will be fun!
My last WIP is to get a tutorial up on how I figured out my Water/Waves quilt. I’m halfway done with the post and hope to get it online this week.
Linking up to Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday!
That quilt top is amazing…and can’t wait to see your bag finished. I don’t know that I would attempt that bag, but I like seeing what other people do with it. =)
Love those weekender bags – Might be a bit beyond my machines abilities though. Your quilt is looking gorgeous.
I doubt I’ll ever tire of the winding ways pattern — love yours!
I need to get back to my patchwork Weekender. And I really want to make a winding ways quilt. Yours is lovely.