About this blog

I am Amy, but here on the web I go by A.J. Dub. And hey, I like to craft!
Sometimes things turn out well so I will share with you how I did it.
Sometimes they don't turn out well and I will share that with you too!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

WIP Wednesday and a giveaway!

Firstly, Leigh, over at The Sewing Diva is having a giveaway for some cool cookie cutters that would be fab to use with the recipe for Auntie's Sugar cookies! So zip over there and get yourself entered!

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Works in Progress report:

Sliced Coins: Done as far as I can get it without buying more fabric.


I am quite happy with how it turned out. The size is nice and balanced and I love how the fabrics work together even though they were a  mishmash.  And it was quite fun to piece. I am pretty pleased with the fact that I managed nice straight seams.

7 Blocks for Collaboration Baby quilt: Done
Circle of Wonky Stars QA: Still nothing.
MOTP Layer Cake QA: 3 blocks behind.
Buck a Block BOTM: Same status as last time.
The Hot Wheels quilt is still just an image on the computer. I may trash the whole plan and do a stacked coins with the fabric. I enjoyed making my sliced coins quilt.
And I need to Quilt the flaming Dragon doll quilt now that I have some batting.

New projects added:
Baby quilt for my cousin's baby coming this summer. She just found out it's a girl. I have some time on this one thank goodness.
Doll quilt using vintage sheet.
iPhone cover (Yeah I finally joined this century. Don't ask me to use Facebook though.)
Pencil case for my purse.



10 comments:

  1. Your sliced coins look great. The colors are yummie! I haven't started mine yet. Talk about being behind! HA!

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  2. Your sliced coins seams look great, definitely! Good job :)

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  3. I like the way the blues are placed in you sliced coins quilt :)

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  4. Your sliced coins top is so pretty! I'm usually not a fan of light pink, but paired up with the other fabrics I really like this.

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  5. Oh wow, I really like how the soft colors work for the sliced coins quilt! And I see what you mean about having a sizable list to work from! Can't wait to see more of them in picture form!! Happy Wednesday!

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  6. Your Sliced Coins Quilt looks great!

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  7. Your sliced coins top looks great!

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  8. That is beautiful! (Yes the Spanish Fork guys are my husbands first cousins..great guys!) Come say hi any time :D

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  9. The Sliced Coins top looks great! I love the colors, and your piecing looks great.

    Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday, have a great week! : )

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