Wednesday, November 1, 2006

WIP Wednesday

The Quilt Studio web ring I belong to has deemed Wednesdays as WIP Wednesday. For those of you who don't know what WIP is, it means "work in progress". So with that said, I will try to show some of my work in progress each Wednesday. Now for those who know me really well, I won't say I will remember to do this every Wednesday, but I'll try. The first pic shows 8 arcs for a wall quilt I've been very slowly working on, and I mean slow...I won't even tell you how long ago I started this. This quilt is named "Orange Peel" and the pattern is by Karen Stone. The finished quilt will have 120 of these arcs in it and I've got 40 done. Wow I'm a third of the way done. The quilt is going to be made in greens, blues, and creams.


This next WIP photo is showing some canvas panels I have dyed and are waiting to be made into Go Girl Bags.


Yesterday I baked a loaf of bread that most people love as soon as they try it. If you like bread and cheese, then you will like it too. It's called Muenster Bread and there is a filling of muenster cheese inside. Yummy!


This morning I was busy adding these ornaments to my etsy shop. I created these about 3 or 4 years ago and have mostly just shared them with relatives. I think I'll try and sell some. If you'd like more information on them, visit my shop here.

And I just found out that my good friend Sue has received her copy of "Altered Couture" and she is all over pages 144 and 145 with her ATC Tote Bag. Yay Sue!

10 comments:

  1. Great WIP items! The beaded ornaments are really lovely. It looks like they must have taken you quite a bit of time to make.

    Joanna

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  2. 120 of those arc! Good grief that's a lot. Love that fabric, great colors. And those ornaments Terri! Beautiful! Is there no end to your talent?!

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  3. That will be a beautiful quilt> I love the colors and the pattern is a favorite.

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  4. That quilt looks so lovely. The bread sounds scrumptious. AND the colours for the bags are wonderful. If I ever sell any of my art maybe I'll be able to buy one of your bags. Hmmm ~ etsy shop coming soon. I'll buy one of the christmas ornaments then. Please save a purple one for me.
    Hugs

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  5. I haven't done a large quilt in years. Good luck with the 'orange peel'.

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  6. The canvas looks great for your bags. So do the ornaments.

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  7. Love the ornaments - orange peel looks very complicated, no wonder it is taking so long - and the bread looks delicious. Look forward to more updates :)

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  8. That is going to be one gorgeous quilt Terri! And those dyed fabrics are just yummy! Are these the ornaments that you sent for the auction? They are beautiful! Anywho the Ariels mommy wanted some of these in blue...I gave her your etsy addy so she could take a peek! The bread looks yummy..I can't say I have ever had that sort of cheese...is it a strong tasting cheese like sharp or more mild? Just curious! I definatly love cheese bread! :D Hugs and love!

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  9. What a great name - Orange Peel! Lovely ornaments and the canvas panels are beautiful. The muenster stuffed bread looks so delicious!

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  10. wow those ornaments are just amaaaaaaaaaaazing.

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