I have some of my works in progress stored on these quilt racks. I originally used them to display antique quilts.
I do have some pictures of a few of these I can share with you.
This is from the time I was making Amish inspired quilts. It still needs a border and quilting.
Studying Amish quilts is a fantastic way to learn about using color.
This is a section of a mystery quilt I did at a Jinny Beyer Seminar. I don’t “ever” do mystery quilts (by others) but this one intrigued me. I was extremely pleased with the outcome. The quilting will take a lot of time when I figure out what I am going to do!
This quilt was the prototype for a design class I taught. It needs borders and possibly something else.
One of the reasons I have 57 works in progress to finish is because after I designed and taught something in a class there was not time to finish it. It was time to prepare for the next class as well as other things in my life that had priority.
Of course I also have some other lists of work I started called Rework Or Abandon, Not Real Important and Questionable To Finish. I do not have to count the work from those lists.
I am making great progress on the Works In Progress list. One year ago today there were 84 WIP’s on the list and today there are only 57!
I have finished 12 quilts in 2012 and started 7 more.
If the math doesn’t work out it may be because I can move anything I want to one of those other lists at any time I choose!!!