... where I ramble on about my love of quilting with my work in progress, share some of my day's doings, and offer some sewing tips along the way... You can find my completed projects on my web page at www.kwiltnkats.com.
Design Wall Monday, July 11, 2011
Tim doing Vanna White! I believe he's taking "ownership" of Kondor's Klutch...he is certainly in rare form today...
This is what's left to sew for the borders. I discovered that I didn't have enough HSTs :(! You can see the small stack of neutrals queued up and ready for more assembly line sewing. The strips on the left are nearly three of the four borders ready for final assembly. The top and bottom are 28 rows of three HSTs with a triangle of cheddar on either side. The sides are 33 rows of the same. Not counting the corner sections and left border pieces we're talking 366 HSTs in the four borders. I'm in the final chapters of this project.
On to the next project...I need to get everything together for a workshop that I'll be taking at Quilt in a Day next Friday. There is some prep work involved. Cutting and sewing four patches. This workshop involves CURVES!
I'm hoping to come home with some great batiks winning big at Bunko later tonight. Check out other Design Walls from quilters around the globe at Patchwork Times! Have a great week.