I love being able to work on several projects at one time. It lets me play with so many pretty fabrics in one day, keeps each step varied, and allows me to be super efficient!!! But it also creates lots and lots of stacks, in various stages of completion. Here's the stacks I am working on this week ;)
You might recall I shared that I am working on a new Happy Quilting Pattern that will have curves . . . We'll now I have Stacks and Stacks of Crusts and Pies to make into Modified Drunkard Path units. Let the creasing, pinning, stitching, and pressing begin!! Lucky for me, this Songbird Fabric line (comes out in May) by Fancy that Design House, is absolutely stunning, so I don't mind creasing, pinning, stitching and pressing over and over and over again :)
I also have this Stack of Sparkle Star Paper Piecing
units ready to do some Chain Paper Piecing. I found I really like "cutting out" the first step instead of trying to match the fabrics in the light. It just makes it go faster and allows me to really "Chain Piece" even though I am paper piecing, and that is the kind of Paper Piecing I really am starting to like!!! I am making a table runner with my Starlite Sampler Scraps
and it is just going to be so fun to have on the table this coming Christmas!!
And this fun Stack of blocks is just waiting to be sewn into a quilt top. This is for a new free tutorial I am working on :) I just had so many Low Volume scraps, I decided it was time to do something with them. It combines Log Cabin building with Chain finishes, my favorites!!! Hopefully, this will be released soon :)
And finally, there has to be a Stack that hasn't even been started yet, right ;) Remember at the beginning of the year when I said I was starting the My Favorite Color is Moda Sampler
, well, it is still sitting in a gorgeous Stack of Grunge just waiting to be cut into. But I refuse to take it off my "stacks in progress" pile as I really want to work on this It just might be a "sticking around" kind of Stack ;)
So how about you . . . what Stacks are you working on in your sewing space??