Wednesday, December 29, 2010

WIP Wedneday #3

Well, I think my post this week will look pretty similar to last weeks!  I haven't done a lot of sewing in the last few days.  I did manage to finish almost all of my projects that were started for other people.  I am short on pictures because a friend borrowed my digital camera for a trip and I forget that I can use my phone, but I will try to do better!

Completed Projects:
1.  Fleece hat for my father-in-law.
2.  Cardinal stocking for our friend at church.
3.  Two balaclavas for my  husband and his brother. (I will add a picture shortly.)  I used the material I had left from my husband's vest.

In Progess:
1.  Baby changing pad.  This is the one thing I didn't finish that was intended for someone else for Christmas.  I have most of it done but I didn't get the edge done.
2.  Our Christmas pajamas.  I actually hope to do these in the next couple of days so we will see!
3.  A coffee cozy for my cousin.

Waiting to be started:
1.  A fleece hat (toboggan style) for a friend at church.  He picked the fabric so I am pretty sure he will like it.
2.  A fleece chullo hat for another friend at church.  She didn't pick the fabric, but the before-mentioned friend thought she will like what I picked.
3.  A backpack purse for a friend having twins.  She doesn't like diaper bags so I thought she might like this instead!
4.  Another purse that I have the material for but have not started.
5.  Also, I think I will try to make a lap quilt as my first quilt.  :)  I am sure it will be scrappy!
6.  A camoflage face mask made of netting for my dad.  This will probably be the first thing I finish since my husband and I are still visiting my parents. (Yes, I brought my sewing machine with me!  It has traveled 14 hours this Christmas season!)


  1. It looks like you have had a busy week! Enjoy your time with your parents and your sewing machine! Happy WIP Wednesday!

  2. Wow, you have stuff going on for sure! Have a fun week!

  3. Have sewing machine will travel! Love it! Years ago I use to travel with my husband for his work and always wished I had my sewing machine with me. Keep up the good work. I'm your newest follower.

  4. Wow, that's quite a list! How great that you brought your sewing machine with you on your trip.

    I see you're about to try your first quilt - how exciting! Can't wait to see it! You're obviously an experienced sewer, so I'm sure it'll be a piece of cake for you.