But first, here's my design wall. The blue/neutral blocks are from Bonnie Hunter's 'My Blue Heaven' which I started in September last year at her workshop here in our area. I may just stop this after I get those 3 star blocks done and call it a baby quilt for a little boy. I'm just not into this project right now, and I want to reclaim my wall space for other things.
The other is my new leader/ender project that I mentioned yesterday. I saw this at Flourishing Palms blog and fell in love with the simpleness of the block, but the dynamic results when you put it all together. My friend Linda has such a knack with coming up with great scrap ideas to use up little pieces. So, I've got a bunch of 2.5" squares all ready to feed them in between whatever block I'm making. They are like eating potato chips, you can't stop at just one, you want to make just one more, then one more. I know this will be a fun scrap quilt for this year.
|Scrappy Zig Zag|
Guess I'll sew my exchange block which was the original plan to work on with my friend. It's a fox block from Marsha in ou monthly piecing group. We were given all the pieces except the color for the fox - I'm making mine a rusty brown They are all cut and ready to sew together. Guess that's what I'm off to finish before tackling the laundry or more cleaning and pruning.
Sorry it's turned sideways. I'll show you a finished block later. It's really a cute block.
Hope you are all having a good, fun filled day. It's beautiful here today and hard to stay inside.
Stop by Judy's to see more Design Walls.