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linda@surroundedbyscraps.com
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Handmade quilts and home accessories by fiber artist Linda Nussbaum. See samples of past projects as well as pieces available for sale and inspirations for custom orders. To see what is currently available for sale, please visit my Etsy Shop.

FAL Q2

Surrounded by Scraps

FAL Q2

Linda Nussbaum

Let's do this! Finish-A-Long, Q2 is just about to get underway at She Can Quilt, and what's the worst that can happen? That I maybe don't finish something? Unheard of! I'm sure that's never happened to any of us, right?

I mean, that's never scared us off from trying. That's what I meant to say... So as we enter into the second quarter of 2013 how will it differ from the first quarter? Let's see... Well, for one I'm not starting out with any pot holders in progress. You'll thank me later ;-)

1. & 2.

 By air, land or sea.

By air, land or sea.

 A modern crib quilt (I believe)

A modern crib quilt (I believe)

I'm going to sandwich, quilt and bind a couple of different kids quilts whose tops are already pieced.

3.

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I WILL finish this little guy! As I think I've mentioned before, I got hung up on the quilting since I decided to quilt in circles, but I just need to persevere and get it done.

4.

 The tea cozy that ate the PNW

The tea cozy that ate the PNW

I've unsewn the binding and corner seams as documented here, but it's long past time to cut this thing down to size and finish it up again so it can go live in the home for which it was intended. LONG past time, so this is a must-do for me!

5.

 Michael Miller neon solids, dots and some Cotton Couture.

Michael Miller neon solids, dots and some Cotton Couture.

 The details are in the details...

The details are in the details...

These are for a guild challenge in conjunction with Michael Miller Fabrics. Check out those neons! I don't know if this is technically considered a current WIP as I have prewashed the fabrics and have a sketch done but haven't begun any cutting or sewing. 

And if I'm really, really ahead of the game:

6.

 Encapsulated, from a class with Lee Fowler over 6 years ago now.

Encapsulated, from a class with Lee Fowler over 6 years ago now.

One of these days I will quilt and finish this piece. And when better to do it than in the next 3 months? At the very least I just bought enough batting to tick this one off along with the others mentioned earlier in the post, so that's something, right?

I think that should cover me for a while. Now, don't be surprised if you see other projects hopping in from time to time. That's just the nature of the game and I don't know how to play any other way. But perhaps when June rolls around I'll be able to post each and every one of these projects in a mosaic saying, "Look what I finished!!!" So to start that out I'm going to link up on Leanne's blog with the rest of the self-challengers for Finish-A-Long, Quarter 2!