My Website

Shepody's Quilter/Hand Quilting Services...send me your quilt top...I'll hand quilt it for you.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

WIP Wednesday

Here we are again....summer always seems to fly by; doesn't it.  This week I am getting back into the groove of things...healing body and quilting more every day.  Which is a good thing because I have 4 quilts besides the one in the frames waiting for me!!

So; WIPs:  1/2 way through the machine embroidered quilt
                   another block finished for the RTQAL
                   project for 'Bowls with Borders' getting there
                   joined the 'Intertwined QAL'(I know!!)

I would so love to join the Groovy Curve one too; but don't dare take on another right now.  It looks like fun too.

Anyway here is a pic of the block for this week: 

Here is the fabric I think I'll use in the Intertwined QAL....
To see the Bowls for Borders have to join me next month....there will be a giveaway too!!

I am linking up to Colleen and Monika... take a look won't you.


  1. Your fabric for Intertwined is fabulous! I am doing the Groovy quilt, but still haven't decided on colours. Love the blue and yellow together.

  2. How are you doing, Marjorie? I see you are still busy. I do like that first colourful block.

  3. I love that block!!! It looks like it was a challenge to construct. The fabrics you chose for Intertwined are so pretty too.

    Looking forwaed to the Bowls project!

  4. Great fabric choices for Intertwined, Marjorie. That looks like a fun QAL!

  5. I love yellow and blue with crisp white! Beautiful block!

  6. I love that block:) I'm looking forward to your Bowls For Borders project.

  7. Facinating block - not a common one and it should be interesting to see how it works in a quilt...

  8. The blue and yellow block is so pretty. Great fabric choices.

  9. I love that block, and the fabrics you used for it!

  10. There are certainly plenty of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing might be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls feel the impact of just a moment’s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.