Wednesday, October 23, 2013

WIP Wednesday

So... my husband's co-worker is expecting twin girls next month!  So exciting isn't it? Twin girls??  Mark asked if I could make her two quilts, and how can you say no to that?  I pulled out some charm packs and went hunting for simple patterns to use.

The first one is from the book Simplify by Camille Roskelley.  It's a straightforward pattern that has gone quickly so far.  The fabric is designed by Aneela Hoey, called Sew Stitchy, and it's so cute!

The other quilt I haven't started yet, but I've chosen the fabric and pattern for it.  I'm going to use Vintage Modern charm packs, and the pattern Baby Lattice Quilt, by Amy Smart, on the Moda Bake Shop.
Hopefully I can get these both done in the next few weeks.

My mother in law had this tablerunner  top languishing in her drawer, so I stole it and quilted it up for her.  I believe this pattern is in an older edition of Quilts and More Magazine.
And I was so excited, a few weeks ago on Instagram, Amanda had an amazing giveaway going on, and I WON!  Amanda has an Etsy shop called Westwood Acres, she sells beautiful bundles of fabric, and I've bought several from her in the past.  I chose the fat quarter bundle Acacia by Tula Pink, and this amazing pattern by Jen Kingwell.  Thanks again Amanda.
I'm going to attempt this quilt someday, that pattern is so cool!

Linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

9 comments:

Glinda ♥ said...

And I thought I was busy, Heather! Popped over from Lee's link up - love all the colours and congrats on the win :)

charlotte said...

Love the baby quilt plans and can't wait to see you make a quilt from your winnings. Love the new blog too.

Hilary said...

Oh that's so exciting that you won the giveaway :)

Joanie's Trendy Quilts said...

The quilts for the twins are going to be so sweet made from that yummy fabric! Oh what a great win for you! I hope you get your beautiful quilt made! How nice to finish the watermelon quilt for your mom!

Sewing Mom said...

It's amazing...I have a few charm packs of Sew Stitchy in my stash, as well as some Vintage modern! Love seeing your progress.

Julie said...

I have made a couple of quilts using Camille's pattern - so easy. Wow what a fabulous prize to win.

sharpie said...

That Jen Kingwell pattern is going to be tops -- can't wait to see it!

capitolaquilter said...

congrats on the win - fun bundle you chose.

Sabrina said...

Wow! Making quilts for twin girls would be so fun!