Design Wall Monday, January 16, 2012

I've got several things going on in my sewing room today.  Too many to put on my design wall.  This is what is on my wall.  It is from a Scrappy Trips Around the World workshop I took with Bonnie Hunter at Memory Lane Quilt Shop on Wednesday.  I have just six of the 20 that I'm planning on making.  I've not decided on a name for this one yet, but it will go together fast once I get back to sewing it.

The other projects I have started and not finished include the Cheddar Bow-Ties (Bonnie Hunter) which is sewn up to my scraps of blues and oranges.  This one will be sewn as these fabrics come along OR I get to excited with it to wait!
Chunky Churndashes (Bonnie Hunter) is part of a swap that I'm coordinating with 15 others.  Several have turned in their swap blocks which are supposed to be to me by the end of February.  There will be more on this project later in the week.
 
Kontinuum (Judy Laquidara's Connect the Dots) is at Clue #3 which is the last of the connector block being assembled with the top's assembly as well.  It also has the instructions for the borders.  This is my January 2012 #5 UFO with Patchwork Times.

Komplikated (Bonnie Hunter's Patches and Pinwheels) is ready to assemble.  This is a 2011 UFO.

Kordova Klosure (Bonnie Hunter's Orca Bay) is at Part 7.

Korbell and her three kitties (JoAnn Mullaly's Mama Cat) is no further along since what was done in the workshop that was in October last year.

Kartwheels (Judy Niemeyer's Mariner's Star) hasn't been touched since May 2011.  This one is a 2011 UFO.  It is sort of on hold until I decide what to do with the center melons.  Not excited with what I have at the moment.

Another January 2012 UFO is with Jo's Country Junction from Quilt Squares #1, the log cabin quilt.  It is a 12" x 12" project that once going won't take long to finish.

Finally two new projects to cut for in the next couple of days.  Yes it is crazy cutting out more when all the ones I've already mentioned aren't done!  I'm taking two workshops at Road to California Quilt Show this weekend.  The first is Scrappy Layered Log Cabin with Karen Eckmeier; the second is a mystery with Tracey Brookshier on Friday night.  I'll show you what fabrics come from my stash later this week.

If you have more time look at other Quilter's Design Walls via Patchwork Times.

5 comments:

Janet O. said...

What are you thinking, girl, with so many great projects going you are cutting out two more?!? I think quilters are the queens of multi-tasking. : )
Wow, that log cabin seems to shimmer. That should be interesting to make.

Gari said...

OK, by the time I got to the end of your post I was so tired that I almost couldn't type this in to tell you, you are crazy! I can have 3-4 ongoing projects and be at peace but all that you have would drive me out of the studio. But what you have going looks great and will be if you ever get them done. ;-)

Karen (Misiz C) said...

I know you well enough to know you will finish all these projects but still.... wow! That's a lot of irons in the fire. Can't wait to see them come together!

betty said...

Hope you have time to come up for air, lol, that is sure a full calander to fill?

Jennifer Schifano Eutsler said...

Wow! You sure have a lot of UFO's going on, but so do I. I don't have your courage to show all of mine! I made a small bowties quilt using the same color scheme a long time ago & it is still one of my favorites. Keep in touch. Have a super day!