Design Wall Monday

Very little stitching happened over the weekend aside from some work on my Brinton  Hall hexies. I also realized that I was missing 6 green hexies! I was able to scrounge enough matching scraps to remedy that. I got two rings finished but no appliqué done.


I still have the QOV on the frame and I am still trying to decide how to quilt it. I am thinking of going with one of these pantos: 

  

  

 I think I like the last one best. It gives the notion of flags waving in the wind. Today is my day off from the library so it has to be decided soon and quilted today. 

One thing I did do this weekend was to go from this: 


To this: 

 

Gosh, it sure is hard to open those nice neat charm packs! But I needed to get an idea of how many lights vs. darks I had. I came up with an idea for a 4 patch quit that would make for a lot less waste than the tumblers.


You have to imagine that as scrappy. This would make a great project for leaders/enders. I could make all my 4 patches and leave most of the designing until the end.

I have lots on my to do list today so I best get moving!

Linking up with Patchwork Times, A Quilting Reader’s Garden, Cooking Up Quilts

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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5 Responses to Design Wall Monday

  1. Kathy says:

    I like that 4 patch quilt in those fabulous Downton fabrics … and can imagine some gorgeous quilting in those solid blocks.

  2. maartjequilt says:

    I love the second panto, but it is not wavy at all! Your fabrics and design are great. Love to see your quilt finished.

  3. Helen says:

    Jenny Doan often remarks that opening a jelly roll is the hardest part of a project. It’s always good to have a plan and yours looks like a good way to use the Downton Abbey fabric.

  4. Bonnie in Va says:

    I like your pantos — they are open and fast to do but do a great job of keeping the quilt together. Looking forward to seeing it done.

  5. dezertsuz says:

    I like the top and the bottom one, both. Either would give nice movement to a quilt. Love seeing your plan for the charm packs!

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