WiP - Steady Progress

  This week has mainly been about getting the next t-shirt quilt fully cut out and ready to sew - but I can't work on that exclusively, so I took some breaks to work on two other projects. And despite going to my local quilt show and buying an entirely new project, I managed to resist the temptation to start anything new. For now, at least. I can't promise that won't last past the end of this t-shirt quilt.

But here she is, hogging the design wall! I'm swapping out the blue swirl for something just a bit brighter. And I have to get together a Half Fanatic block to fill that empty hole. But really, only some steady stitching remains.

Now retired from the design wall is the Woven Snowmen. The inside is completely pieced - and a mere 48" square. {Why does it take three years to piece something that small??} I've added the first border, and I'm pretty sure I know what the next border will be. In due time.

And finally, I'm been trimming away at these HSTs to make these blocks. Slowly but surely, I guess. I have five more in progress, and then I can finally throw them into the borders of the second Frozen panel quilt.

So hopefully, if I keep my mind on the goals, I'll have three finished tops next week. As long as I keep my nose out of that fat quarter project book I got at the library today...

See also: Oh ScrapBoMs Away, Design Wall Monday, Monday Making, Main Crush MondayFabric Tuesday, Scraptastic Tuesday, Rainbow Scrap Challenge, WiP on Wednesdays, WiP Wednesday