Design Wall Monday, March 5, 2012


Here we go March!  Already two months of 2012 behind us...where does all the time go?  Today I've spent the good portion of it with Kordova Klosure.  I got all the blocks together now into rows.  The rows still need to be stitched yet.  I also have the border pieces together.  Tonight after work I'll spend time stitching the rows and then adding the borders.  I'm planing on making mind a bit larger so that it will fit on my bed.  I'll be adding a black border and then a red border using pieces that are left.

Looking forward to having this project finished so that I can move on to my two March projects. 

I haven't finished Korabell and her kitties yet, but when I was at Country Loft over the weekend I signed up for another doll class.  Fat Cats is really cute and looks quick.  Aren't their bags too cute?  Debra had signed up for this project and suggested I join in on the fun.  I resisted until I saw these at the shop.  I picked up a light gray for one of the cats and will look for more of this dark gray stripe or something similar for the second cat.  I have a shout out to Heavens to Betsy which is a wool manufacture where this piece came from.  Hopefully they'll have another piece; keeping my fingers crossed.


Hope you have a wonderful week.  Check out more quilty works in progress at Patchwork Times.


9 comments:

Jackie said...

Kordova Klosure looks fantastic! Well worth all those little pieces. Just gorgeous!

Kathie said...

Love the quilt, how pretty.

Janet O. said...

Won't that feel good to have Kordova Klosure finished? It is a beauty!
Very cute cats! : )

heather said...

I'm working on the border for mine too. I'm going to be glad to get finished. I can't even imagine making it bigger. You are very brave.

marcella said...

Your Kordova quilt looks great! You're almost done with the top - that's a great accomplishment. There was just so much piecing in that project.

Denise :) said...

Your Kordova Klosure is very striking -- what a wonderful quilt this is!! And I love that piece of wool -- very scrumptious looking!! :)

betty said...

Your KK is just beautiful, all those pieces, what a great job. I like the cats as well.

Gari said...

All those little pieces sure came together beautifully.

LuAnn said...

Your Orca Bay looks great. I have piecing on mine some every day this week and just put my first row together. Then a couple of days ago I read completely through the step where I have to cut more white triangles for the border. I do know that Bonnie's quilts are worth it when they are finished!