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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

What's On Your Design Wall?

I'm not one of those sewers who can work on one project at a time.  I am sure it has something to do with having the attention span of a gnat . . . . but I'm happier working on several things at once.  And I LOVE STARTING PROJECTS - it's the finishing I have trouble with!  Why does everything need a binding anyway????

This is my design wall.  You'll see I have three projects on it.  One you can barely see - it's a top secret project for a friend so I can't show you the whole thing or talk about it for that matter!  So consider the top right of the picture a teaser.  LOL

The one on the right is a redwork baby quilt that I'm working on the pattern.  I want the top done for the show this coming weekend and have two blocks to go . . . . hurry, hurry, hurry.  I hope no one looks too closely at the stitching!

The bottom one  is a project that I'd also like to have done for Friday - we work best under pressure.  I need 12 more blocks.  Ok, that's not going to happen by Friday but I can dream.   I'll be sewing blocks at the show.

This is a Thangles project from a new line from Hoffman and last week with all the rain, I just needed something that held out some hope for spring and summer!

And yes, I have another project picked out already . . . all those Civil War reproductions have been calling me along with a sort of new technique book that came in.  I've made myself promise myself that I wouldn't bring that home till at least two came off the wall and I quilted the table runner top that's been hanging around for a month. 

We'll see  . . . . .

2 comments:

gallery802 said...

It is so much pretty.....love this ...and only just with stitching...keep it up

Kitchen Sinks said...

Such amazing post...we can also use this in home decorating....please update with new designs...thanks for sharing.