Also on may wip list as I mentioned yesterday is a quilt for my eldest son. It's really tricky finding fabrics for a 14 year old! He's not keen on pattern much so it has to be mainly solids. Raiding my stash I found the transistor scrap of Ruby Star Rising that I won from Sarah at Pings and Needles and boom suddenly I knew what to make.
I added a few of the oakshott cottons, some charcoal and beige organic crossweave fabric based on the colours in the Ruby Star fabric. I don't have enough fabric to make blocks really and I don't think that's what he'd like anyway so I'm going to make a quilt with two large areas of plain fabric divided by a strip of random shapes and sizes. If you hadn't guessed I'll be making it up as I go along which I'm hoping will be fun ;)
Completed in the last week are the AMH zipper pouch (new make-up bag for me) plus a new pencil case for Jamie. That's not a great deal really but considering my output last month I'm quite happy. The Cloud 9 cushion cover is still ongoing, well hasn't been touched for some time actually and the 241 Tote will be finished tonight after being neglected last week. The cross-the body bag is still waiting to be sewn, hopefully by next week that one will be completed too.
So that's my first WIP Wednesday. I'm hoping that I'll check back against this over the next week and that I'll stay on track with these projects and not get diverted by other goodies that I see online. There are lots of gorgeous quilty makes on show over at Freshly Pieced including this one from Megan at Mia Dolce which I'm fancying trying for my daughters quilt request - oh no another potential wip aaargh! ETA ( ok I realise that this link was from last weeks WIP Wednesday duh! but I still really like it , think I need a cuppa).