Friday, April 4, 2014

Friday Finishes

I probably shouldn't have titled the post like that because it implies that this will be a weekly feature much like "What I'm Working on Wednesday".  And, though I think I could show something finished every Friday, I'm not so sure it would always merit being seen.
Also, in all honestly, what I'm showing today as a finished product...isn't. The top is finished. but there's still plenty to do.
Before I feature the top I wanted to thank everyone for their feedback regarding whether it's ok to show the work in progress. My gut says it should be. If the point of a blog is to re-create a journal that just happens to be on the web, then work-in-progress and not-quite-rights should appear there. If this was a paper and pen journal, and I have those too, it would be filled with quick notes and bits of inspiration as well as evidence that things had been tried and failed.
Anyway, back to the pseudo finish:
The top is done!
It's a smaller quilt than the Boyfriend Quilt, more baby or lap size. That means that I'll be quilting it myself this weekend and hopefully getting started on the directions. I'm hoping to have that ready for release by the end of April. And then, I was thinking about a sew-along. Anyone interested in that? I've already bought black fabric for my second version so I can play with a different effect in the background.
I don't think I'll be using the same colored strips either. I have a different plan for these leftovers.
I will be adding a few new items today to my store, all fabric, so, if you're interested in that, please stop by.

4 comments:

Molly said...

I would be interested in a sew along! I love being able to ask questions and get feedback. Plus it motivates me to actually get blocks done.

Staci said...

Oh, Yes! Please! Love sew alongs, and Love love this pattern!

em's scrapbag said...

Love this! Can't wait to see it with the dark background.

entropyalwayswinsblog.com said...

A sew along for this pattern . . . Um Yes! Love the unique design. Congrats. Love your hand dyed fabric BTW. I treasure every scrap I have. :)

Hillary