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I definitely felt the creative juices flowing over the weekend, and finished piecing a mini quilt top using my awesome tattooed ladies fabric! I’m gonna wait until I’ve finished the quilting and binding to post a picture of the whole thing, but here are some previews:

I really had a lot of fun with this mini quilt top – fussy cutting the tattooed ladies, building some log cabin blocks around them, and fitting them together and filling in the missing spaces with scraps and strips of random colors. It was quick and fun, and I love how colorful and energetic the composition is! Yay for improv!

Life is busy but good right now – in the past five days, I’ve been to a Rockies game, yoga class, roller derby, karaoke, hiking, and a Bright Eyes concert! It feels like summer is starting to slip away (although our ridiculously high temperatures haven’t yet) and I want to be out there enjoying every last minute of the Colorado summer!

In other news, I finished the backing for my Rainbow New Wave quilt, so I’m hoping to get that one quilted this week.

Last but not least, the stuff I haven’t touched this week:

Quilt tops in progress: 

Colorful log cabin quilt

Completed quilt tops, waiting for quilting: 

Delia’s Central Park log cabin quilt

Small projects in process:

Hexagon mug rug

This week’s stats:
Last week’s in-progress projects: 5
New projects – 1
Completed projects – 0
Currently in progress -6

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WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

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Sometimes I just can’t wait to cut into new fabric! And I’m newly enamored with the idea of quick and easy mini quilts that can be bound in one sitting. So last night I started making a little mini quilt with my tattooed ladies fabric. I’m going to use it to cover up my ugly fuse box. My plan (which could easily change) is to make a few different sized log cabin blocks with fussy cut tattooed ladies in the centers and put them all together somehow. Anyway, I’m quite excited about this little project and couldn’t wait to share it!

(Edited with a better photo below)