Wednesday, January 30, 2013

WiP Wednesday #47

Well, it's been a great ride, everyone! Thanks so much for dropping by, and thanks to everyone who has participated in this series. :) I did the first WiP Wednesday on March 14, 2012, and this is the last one for me. Thanks for the wonderful experience.

Since it's the last one, I'm going to showcase everyone who joined in last week. Our team has the most creative people!

Thanks to Cynthia Brunz, from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework. She's been working hard on finishing UFOs and has made wonderful progress.



You can click on the image above to see more of her work at her blog, or visit her Etsy shop here.

Last week Lyn, from What A Hoot shared several projects she has in the works, including some upcoming hand stitching on this gorgeous beast:



Click on the image above to visit her blog.

And then there was Ann's Quilt N' Stuff. She made the world's most gorgeous scarf using left over thread. Ann, you are my scrappy hero! Check this out:



You can visit Ann's blog by clicking on the image above, or see more of her work in her Etsy shop.

Char, from Cloth Stitched chimed in with some adorable mugrugs. (I'm also jealous of her embroidery scissor collection!) Her work is sweet andbeautiful.



To see more (like her scissor collection!), click on the image above. Her Etsy shop is also well-worth a visit.

Ann of Magpie Quilts (one of my favorite blog names ever!), shared a fun table runner, as well as pillows. She's really got an eye for color - love it!



Get a closer look at her work by visiting her blog (click the image above) or her Etsy shop.

Terry Aske, were you ears burning last weekend? We talked about some of your art quilts at the Boise Modern Quilt Guild meeting. You do amazing work. Terry shared several jaw-dropping projects, as well as work that uses the Madrona Road line of fabric.



You can feast your eyes on more of her work by visiting her blog or her Etsy Shop.

BillieBee kindly shared her work on a Ben Franklin Mystery Quilt. I love the shapes in this block! The sense of movement in it is just perfect.



See more of her work by clicking on the image above.

Kym, of Fabric Fascination broke the mold by sharing some fun knitting projects, as well as a few finished blocks.



Get a closer look at what her clever hands have wrought by visiting her blog, or see her Etsy shop here.

And the last person to join the party last week was Christina, from Fiber Artist Journey. She did a little (much deserved) bragging on her son, and shared some thread painting. How cool is this?



See more of her journey by clicking on the image above.

Again, thank you so much to all who have played along. Best wishes, and happy quilting!





Quiltsy WiP

8 comments:

Char said...

Thank you Jeimi for all your hard work! It's much appreciated.

Christina Fairley Erickson said...

Hi Jerimi- How exciting to see my tomato featured on your blog this morning. Thank-you! I've finished the second in this series- Tomatillo- and posted it on this week's link exchange. Cyber-hugs! Christina of Fiber Artist Journey

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Too funny! I just thought I found a linky to share my weekly work. Didn't realize it was to share a store as well. You didn't find it, because I don't have one....grin.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Thanks so much Jerimi! It is a ton of work doing this every week and you have done a wonderful job. It really has been appreciated...Best of luck to you!

Ann's Quilt N' Stuff said...

Thank you so much for featuring me and my longarm quilted thread scarf in your blog, thank you for all the hard work that you have done as well.

Kathy Kinsella said...

Great to see everyone's works in progress ... thanks so much for hosting this, Jerimi! I even have a WIP that I blogged about today but didn't get it done in time for this blog. Here it is if you want to peek, http://kathykinsella.blogspot.ca/

Best of luck to you and DH!!

LynCC said...

Oops! Were we supposed to have a store to link up with you? I'm sorry about that! I don't have one, so that's why you couldn't find a link for one. Thanks for hosting. Enjoy your freedom starting next week!

FabricFascination said...

Thanks for sharing my scarves from last week Jeremi.

I don't have anything interesting to show for this week, but am enjoying seeing everyone's wonderful work.