Design Wall Monday, March 4, 2013


Hard to see the background pieces, but there are a bunch on the wall.  I have five blocks laid out so far with lots more pineapple sections to assemble.  In total 30 need to be made for this project.  So what do you think so far of Khambray?  


You can see on the left the process for assembling the pineapple sections.  Start with a triangle made into a square with background fabric.  Next slice it up equally four times, invert each piece and reassemble.  Khambray is going together quite nicely so far.  Khambray is my March UFO.


This is Koda's Keeper all finished.  I spent time yesterday putting together the back.  So nice to have this project done.  Koda's Keeper has been in my sewing room since 2007!

There are lots of other projects to be seen today on Design Wall Monday with Patchwork Times.

7 comments:

Kathie said...

Love the look of the new quilt, what a lot of little pieces.

Jennifer said...

You are moving along like usual! Both quilts look great and I love the construction process on your new one. Congrats on getting back to and finishing Koda's Keeper.

Karen (Misiz C) said...

Hooray for finishes. Your bear quilt is so fun! I'm loving the colors of Khambray. Can't wait to see that one come together.

Betty said...

I really like the way Khambray is looking, sure looks easy, just slicing and rearanging the pieces. As usual, I knew that Koda's Keeper would turn out just perfect.

Janet O. said...

I think Khambray is going to be a beautiful quilt!

Frances said...

Khambray has a lovely colour scheme. I look forward to seeing its progress.

Chris said...

The new quilt is beautiful. I love the flow in the design.