Today’s WIP Wednesday is all Quick-Curve-Ruler related. I kicked off the bloghop on Monday with an amazing giveaway from Sew Kind of Wonderful (open till Friday – you still have time!). The bloghop is on for two weeks and there will be a linky party at the end, so be sure to check out some of the stops on the hop.
For my stop, I showed off my first three blocks from the QCR Curve It Up sampler pattern book. I simply could not resist doing more. I’d already pulled out all my citrus coloured solids, low volume and sketch fabrics and putting them away again was going to be a waste of time!
Here’s my next block.
I do love the low volume/sketch/solid combination.
Here are all four together – they are looking good!
My Metro Hoops is still in progress as are a few dozen other projects. One problem is that when new fabric arrives or an idea hits, I want to START without finishing off what is already in progress.
I’ve had a few bundles of fabric arrive recently and although there are about a hundred WIPs in progress – once fabric gets put away, it’s kinda outta sight, outta mind, and I really wanted to use some of my new fabrics. One of these new acquisitions was two Art Gallery Fabric prints from Jungle Ave by Sara Lawson. The Quick Curve Ruler was out and Curve It Up was still open on my iPad, so this is what happened.
I try to be modern with all the white and low volume, but I really am a high contrast girl at heart and I love black. This is a 16.5″ block. It would make a perfect cushion cover but my couch is burgundy so that would make my eyes bleed… I have an idea as to what it wants to be but would love to hear your suggestions!
The QAYGFMQAL has not been forgotten. Our guild meeting is on Sunday which is when I can show off the first two blocks from the next row. Plenty of time to join in!