Monday, September 27, 2010

Design Wall Monday - September 27th

The 2008 BOM project is still up on the design wall (well the floor actually).  I  determined the final layout and started sewing it together.  I almost have all the rows sewn together.  I still need to cut and piece the borders, but hopefully I'll get this all assembled next weekend. 


I think it's time to start something new after this quilt goes off to be be quilted.  I've completed 5 quilts from the UFO list this year and that has made a significant reduction in the numbers.  Plus I have all those new blenders I've been buying so maybe a stash busting project is in order.   Still uncertain if I'll make a quilt for my daughter's teacher who is leaving.  I don't think I have enough time to actually finish something by the end of October.   

See what everyone else has on their design walls over at Judy's Patchwork Times.

13 comments:

  1. Very nice :) So soft and comfy feeling.

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  2. Congrats on tackling your UFO's. I have a couple that need attention too.

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  3. Beautiful. A very vintage look about it.

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  4. This is lovely! Those 6 large blocks will be a great place to feature a quilting design!

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  5. Lovely. Stash busting quilts are great to make from time to time.

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  6. I have given up on my UFO list for this year. I hope to make progress next year :) Maybe I can be as productive on them as you are.

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  7. Pretty! I have been doing UFO and now I am caught up. You feel great as the list gets smaller. I have a few to quilt yet but they will be done. Have fun planning the next.

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  8. I like your setting for the sampler quilt. Beautiful!

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  9. Those are very pretty colours and setting. I love sampler quilts, both to look at, and to do.

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  10. oh, I MUST work on my UFO, I have a huge pile of them in the corner of my room. But looking at the Design Walls is much more fun.

    glen

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  11. Such lovely colors you selected. Isn't it great to get a project this far along?

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  12. That's a lovely quilt. I love getting to the top stage. There are not enough hours in a lifetime to get all the quilt made so I mostly stick to family members or a really special friend. Teachers are great but I couldn't possibly make one for each!

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  13. Congrats on completing the UFOs! The 2008 BOM quilt is beautiful... love the fabrics. Karen

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