Thursday, November 8, 2012

What I'm working on this week...

what I'm currently working on 
So, this week has been an adventure to say the least. Between cleaning the house, taking care of the kids, laundry, dinner - I am making time for a little fun sewing. Multitasking is always fun, isn't it? I think us moms/quilters are pretty good at it. This current project is a design in the works, after the pattern is finished and the quilt is done, the quilt will go to a friend having a baby. It's a surprise though, so I cannot wait to give this to her.  I imagine this quilt will be in the works for the next few months because I am sneaking little bits of time for it in between all the other tasks.  Quilting is always one of those tasks.....

what I'm currently working on 
This filler is fun and random and I can not wait to share the finished quilt! I hope to finish this week, fingers crossed!

28 comments:

Heritage Keepsakes said...

Love the look of the baby quilt, it's going to be real cute when quilted. But can't wait to see the other one finished. The little look you've given us of that one, looks stunning!!

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

Stunning! You are so talented!

Stitched With Prayer said...

OH my gosh Judi! The baby quilt is so cheerful and fun, I love it and can't wait to see the finish. GLad your able to sneak in a little 'Me' time once in a while. YOur quilting on the other beautiful quilt is just breath taking! So much talent , you never cease to amaze me! HUgs...

Laura Davies said...

Love the colors! I totally understand how it is to work things in between kids and house cleaning! Love your work. Hoping to work my way up to a long arm one day. Your quilting is inspiring.

gpc said...

Cheerful and beautiful! :)

Michele said...

I love those colors together too. That quilt will definitely be fun and bright.

Tracy said...

Hi Judi,

What a beautiful filler pattern!! I'd love to see a quick you-tube video showing you stitching this out. What do you say?! Pretty Please!

Tracy

CathyK said...

I love your quilting ....GORGEOUS!!!!!! I am inspired yet again! I can't wait to see the finished product!

CJ said...

What fabric is that you are using for the baby quilt? So cute!
That quilting is just amazing!

Sarah Craig said...

Love the colors in the baby quilt, and now I want to get a quilt on the frame so I can try that gorgeous quilting design!!

tinac said...

I can't believe that someone would post negative comments on your blog but people are weird. :-) I have been a long-time reader and never commented. I am a longarm quilter, since 2006, and I think your quilting is phenomenal! You should be proud to show of your gorgeous work. You definitely put your heart and soul into and people can see that. Keep doing what you're doing!!! From a fan - Tina

ROBERT YOUNG said...

i agree with tracy would love video of this one and everything else mezmerizing please please!!!
diana

Dawn said...

The fabrics you chose for the baby quilt are wonderful. I can't wait to see it finished.
Your work is totally amazing and, as always, I am in awe of your quilting. The random design is awesome!
Life is short so be sure to keep squeezing in time for yourself. :)

Jenny said...

Can't wait to see what you come up with! Love that filler!

~Diana said...

Love both! The baby quilt will be wonderful, I'm sure!!!

blessedquilting said...

Absolutely stunning.

Allie said...

I LOVE the baby quilt! I love the fabric and can't wait to see the whole pattern! What fabric is that?

And as always, your LAQ is amazing. I always have your photos open for inspiration when I'm quilting! :)

Tamie said...

The quilting is stunning. Wow.

Frog Quilter said...

Fabulous quilting. Love it. The new quilt yummy!

Vicki in MN said...

Love that background!!

Amanda said...

I love the colors for the baby quilt! And the quilting on the larger quilt! Wow.

JaneB said...

Gotta get some of those stripes and dots! Whats the fabric line? This will make a wonderful baby quilt.

Funola said...

Here's another vote for sharing how you did the background filler in the white. Do you fill it all in at once or do you do some of the swirls first, then go back to the pebbling? Trying to envision how something that that goes together and then translate that to my domestic. :)

Rebecca Grace said...

This filler design is GORGEOUS! I love the "tails" on your spirals, and how you've mixed them in with pebbles. I would leave white space EVERYWHERE if I knew you were going to be doing the quilting for me! :-)

Sandy D said...

Amazing quilting. The baby quilt is going to be wonderfully color ful.Love the blocks.

Judiquilts said...

Judi - thanks for sharing. I hope that book is coming out soon!

Janette said...

This quilting is just lovely. Really inspirational work.

Litamora's Quilt & Design said...

This background filler is probably the most gorgeous one I've seen, I really love it!!!
I hope you're not listening to the negative stuff people write on your posts. Don't let it get to you! So many of us follow your blog because we love to see what you do, how you do it and so on, because we want to get inspired by you. Those who comments with negative words have to be envious or something, but I can assure you that it's not contagious ;o)
Happy quilting :-)