Wednesday Wait Loss 19

Hi everyone and welcome back to Wednesday Wait Loss! So…this week has been happily busy for me, designing new quilt patterns. Also on a happy note, I finished my bee blocks this past week. Since I had three months to make, getting them done was HUGE! Right now I’m up to my ears in work—happy work—so I’ll be posting about them soon. Right now here’s a sneak peek.

The June Island Batik challenge is curved piecing, and I’ll be working on my project this Friday at my Tangled Threads bee.

So that’s my week—designing, writing patterns, editing/testing patterns, and hopefully some sewing! Let’s get on to Wednesday Wait Loss so I can see what you’ve been up to.

Wednesday Wait Loss

First though, this week I want to feature my beemate Susie Walden. Susie is a faithful follower of WWL, and often the first one to link up! I so appreciate her continued support. Lately, Susie's been posting the blocks for a BOM she's doing in wonderful batiks. Here's her latest set of blocks.

Congratulations Susie! I know you don't have a blog, but feel free to print out the I was Featured! button and wear it to our next bee meeting. <wink>

Wednesday Wait Loss Featured

To view the projects that received the most hugs last week, click here.

Time to link up your WIPs and recent finishes. The linky is now open until Sunday, June 18th at midnight EST. Voting will start on Monday and remain open until Tuesday at noon EST. If you need help linking up, click here for detailed steps. If you run into difficulties, just email me your link.

Here are some quick reminders:

  • This linky is all about encouragement, so please visit a few of the links and leave a comment.
  • If you’re uploading a photo from your phone/computer, leave a comment below that explains your project. And for the rest of us, please reply to a few of these comments leaving words of encouragement for a quick finish.
  • Please link back to my post somewhere in your blog post or use @inquiringquilter and #wedwaitloss to tag me in your Instagram/Flickr post.
  • Beginning Sunday at midnight, you can begin voting for up to six projects. Here, votes are hugs you’re sending to encourage the recipient. So don’t forget to come back Monday through Tuesday noon to send those hugs!

One last thing! If you haven't been visiting the link ups you really should. Last week, Karen posted the cutest elephant blocks. I mean super adorable! And Tish posted her new quilt pattern and showed three different ways to quilt it easily, even if you're a beginner. Susan Gordon posted about her bee blocks. She's in Bee Inspired with me and another bee. The blocks are so cute and would be easy to make up into a quilt. Click the Week 18 link below to revisit last week's link up. Please, if you visit to leave a comment. We bloggers live for them. <grin> If you like Susie's linkup, leave her a comment on the post. Since she's not a blogger, her photo isn't clickable but like all quilters, she'd love to hear what you think of her WIP.

OK, let's link up those projects!

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