Wednesday, November 7, 2012

WiP Wednesday #35

Well, the show at the Eagle Holiday Bazaar went beautifully! We met so many fantastic people, and heard a gazillion great cat stories. It was a win/win.

Part of our booth - I couldn't get far enough away to get the whole thing in the camera frame.

Another section of our booth.

Here's what I've worked on since last we spoke:

Completed This Week:
Catnip sample packets: 139
Pin cushions: 0
Catnip Quilts: 0
Fleece Blankies: 0
Kickstick Bitties: 0
Medium Kicksticks: 41
Jumbo Kicksticks: 0
Catnip Mice and Squids: 35
Catnip Pillows: 0
Refillable Catnip Pouches: 22

Totals Completed for Holiday Show:
Catnip sample packets: 139
Pin cushions: 11
Catnip Quilts: 17
Fleece Blankies: 12
Kickstick Bitties: 78
Medium Kicksticks: 108
Jumbo Kicksticks: 43
Catnip Mice and Squids: 37
Catnip Pillows: 160
Refillable Catnip Pouches: 22

This week I'm frantically job hunting. The company that holds our biggest contract got bought out, and so that income will go away the first of March, so.... I'm not sure how much progress I'm going to make on the crafty side of things. Guess we'll see. :)

You guys, though, were really busy last week!

Terry Aske showed true dedication, and posted even though she was at the International Quilt Market and Festival. How cool is that? Her work always blows me away. Check this out.

Sew Fun Quilts shared some zipper bags she's working on (with a little help from her kitty). Stinkin' cute!

Char from Cloth Stitched shared some sweet mini journals, as well as a table runner.

Ann of Magpie Quilts shared some really cute string-pieced work, as well as a mini tutorial for how to do it. I pinned it to give it a try later one. These mugrugs are perfect gems:

Dawn Stewart of Spring Water Designs managed to combine a UFO with a WiP. I'm impressed! Her work is just beautiful. I mean, look at this:

Persimon Dreams shared her progress on the Craftsy Block Of The Month. I love these colors together, and it's paper-pieced, to boot. Too much fun!

Thank you so much for dropping by, and thanks to everyone who participated. You do good work.

Quiltsy WiP

1 comment:

Terry Aske Art Quilts said...

Jerimi, thanks for featuring my umbrella people. They were fun to create, but finishing them will have to wait until I get some other projects completed.

Congratulations on your successful show!