Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Wednesday WIP confession

I confess... it's been a few weeks since my last update. And I havn't done much in the meantime either. No chance of meeting my August goals at this point.

I did make 3 of my 6 blocks for the 3x6 Bee but will have to finish the last 3 before I share them. So no real pictures yet... Just a sneak peak

A sneakpeak....

I've also made a small pouch from some of my HomeTown fabric. It's a really practical little thing. Best way to keep a otherwise big, messy handbag organized  :) It's almost done - just need to find a button. This one is going to Sweden with my Mom - I'll need to make some more for myself though... pronto!
Let's see... One larger for laptop charger and all that (yes. I'm a geek in real life too), one medium for the essential toiletries, one small for pens. One smaller for the phone stuff like charger, ear-thingy etc.

Feel like making one too? Here's the link to the free pattern from The Village Haberdashery.

Easy Pouch

I also managed to make my August BOM blocks . This month they were designed by Amy from 'Amy's creative side'

Blogger's BOM August blocks

And here's all the blocks that I've made so far. I've made two of each block from the beginning so I'm up to 24 blocks now. Only one month more to go unfortunately.


That's all for me (and that wasn't much to be honest).
Be sure to head over to Lee's to see lots of super productive quilters  :)

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


  1. Can't wait to see your Blocks for the 3x6 Mini Bee and love your Bloggers BOM Blocks!

  2. Your BOMs are looking great together!!

  3. It may not have been much, but it's certainly worthwhile! Love your BOM blocks - they are looking so awesome together!

  4. I love the colors in your Bloggers' BOM blocks!

  5. Your 3x6 is looking very interesting!I really like the fabrics you are using for it!

  6. Your sampler blocks are looking great! You're almost done too. The pouch is really nice, I can see why you are hooked on making them.

  7. I love the BOM blocks all together! Beautiful and bright. I've also bookmarked the pouch tutorial...thanks for such a great idea!