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Thread: Monday -- What is on Your Design Wall?

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    Smile Monday -- What is on Your Design Wall?

    Good Afternoon... I am not sure where i sw this.. either a Blog for a quilting site, but thought it was a nice idea... So what is on Your Design Wall Monday? Here what I worked on over the weekend. It is from April/May "Quilt" it is called Labyrinth Walk... This is just one block wall hanging that is shown has 9 blocks... I may do it as a 4 block as blocks are 21-3/4" ... very interesting and actually pretty good instructions (I confess I did have to use my ripper as couple of times..)

    Judy in Phx, AZ
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    looking good, you did a nice job
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    That is beautiful, I have blue elephants on my design wall.

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    Beautiful! My wall is empty 'cause the baby quilt is at my sewing machine getting quilted. Baby shower is Saturday. I need to step up my pace a little

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    15 year old baby quilt is off the wall and at the machine
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    I have a scrappy top done and am working on piecing the backing.
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    Looks good.
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    wow that is different, nice though
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    looks good like the colors too
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    I have a potato chip quilt on my wall. I have more than half the blocks complete. I am using Moda Twirl jelly roll and charm pack and it's gonna be one colorful quilt!
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    I am not familar with that one... hope you post a photo when you can... Also wondering what the Blue Elephants quilt Sew Fine is working on...Erstan and Sandybuttons- good luck with your baby quilt projects... thanks everyone for replying


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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryQuilter View Post
    I have a potato chip quilt on my wall. I have more than half the blocks complete. I am using Moda Twirl jelly roll and charm pack and it's gonna be one colorful quilt!

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    ufo on the wall

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    I bought that magazine specifically to make that quilt, but won't get to it for awhile. Yours looks great! Currently have a bargello on the wall I am calling "the wine flows", it has been up there for months. I just finished a king size quilt for my oldest son that took me 15 months to design/piece/quilt in between creating all the parts to my first grandson's nursery, so I'm pooped. Cut out my first bow tucks bag tonight for the DIL's birthday this month. Keep up the good work and show us the finished blocks.

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    Very pretty and interesting pattern.
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    love this pattern is on my to do list...
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    The wall contains the first third of a hand constructed charm GF finally sewn together (a year after it first hit the board) waiting for the next part to be added; then there is a block for the sampler which I'm still trying to make up my mind on; and my first DP9 in a generous baby size. They are pinned over one another.

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    Very lovely. I don't have a design wall. Thanks for posting.

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    Laura .. be careful making "bow Tucks" bags.... everyone willl request you make one for them.... they are so fun to make and use...I have never make a bargello - something else on my to do list. Hope you post a photo of your king size quilt you made for your son...Sounds like you are a busy lady.

    Judy in Phx, AZ
    Quote Originally Posted by laurafet View Post
    I bought that magazine specifically to make that quilt, but won't get to it for awhile. Yours looks great! Currently have a bargello on the wall I am calling "the wine flows", it has been up there for months. I just finished a king size quilt for my oldest son that took me 15 months to design/piece/quilt in between creating all the parts to my first grandson's nursery, so I'm pooped. Cut out my first bow tucks bag tonight for the DIL's birthday this month. Keep up the good work and show us the finished blocks.

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    Debra...Great projects..the first one looks to be a king size lovely shades of color...Love the fabrics on the circle blocks...they seem to float on the background fabrics. thanks for sharing your wips

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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