Design Wall Monday, March 7, 2011

This week I'm going to work on Kourageous Bellflower.  This is my March (#1) UFO with Patchwork Times.  I took the suggestion from my first mention of fabrics and changed the green for the stems to something a bit brighter.  I do like the change!  This design has 81 pieces assembled into 16 sections.  It also has a little embroidery to add sepals and small leaves.  The stem stitch is what Claudia Hasenback has suggested.  I can do that!
Tomorrow is the monthly Sunshine Quilt Guild meeting in El Cajon.  I'll be meeting my quilting sisters at Marietta's Mexican Resturant at 5pm.  Social time starts at 6:30pm with the meeting beginning at 7pm.  Sue Bouchard from Quilt In A Day will be our speaker for the evening.

I finished the Sandy River Denim quilt.  This one will be donated to a Vetrans group. 

I've also finished preparing the binding and sleeve for Krimson Khat.  This one will find time in front of the TV with DH this week.  Kaos ever looking for a good comfortable place!  Isn't that just a too cute ironing board cover that my Mom found for me :)! 

Hope you have a quilty week, keep stitching. Check out other Design Walls at Patchwork Times for more inspiration.

8 comments:

Tina said...

How did you do a post dated 12:01 a.m. when I'm reading it at 11:40 p.m. here in your same time zone, San Diego, CA.???
Anyways, I love the denim quilt and would also love to do one for some veteran out there.
Hugs,
Tina

Kathie said...

Sounds like you are busy as usual. How much damage did you do on the shop hop? I bet it was a great time.

betty said...

DH and Kaos will love your company while doing the hand stitching.

Chris said...

The colors you selected are great. The green will be perfect with the blacks.

Jo said...

WOW...I'll be admiring your paper piecing again. You are so ambitious to do that!

Kerry's Quilting said...

Can't wait to see the next flower-each one is amazing with all those pieces. Only two more denim quilts to go!!!

Marian said...

Oooo! I can't wait to see what you do with that fabric!

JCnNC said...

I LOVE your fabrics for the Bellflower block. That green really sparks things up. You have been very busy - loved seeing all your pictures. Judy C www.shadetreequilting.com