Design Wall Monday, September 30, 2013

I decided to make a little bit of progress towards Krossfire, a Judy Niemeyer design called Jumping Jax Flash.  This is one of the 2011 UFO Challenge projects that I didn't finish that year.  With a little bit of luck I'll finish it in 2013.  This is the first section that needs to be assembled.
 I'm going through all the pieces.  This one shows piece 3 added.
This one shows piece 4 added.  There is one more piece that finishes the section that is a light orange/yellow.  You can see the finished section in the top left.
I have started cutting the fabric pieces for the next section that incorporates the teal background.  I'm pretty excited about these colors...all batiks too!

Only a couple more days to sew in my sewing room before my vacation starts.  I'll be gone nearly three weeks visiting family in the Maryland/Virginia area.  Next weekend I'll be celebrating my birthday along with my Sister.  Can't wait for the hugging that comes when you've not seen family in nearly a year.

Hope you have something fun going on in your sewing room this week!  See other projects through the links at Patchwork Times.

6 comments:

Jennifer said...

Hope you have a little time to sew in between packing. Have a wonderful trip!

Marti Dyer-Allison said...

I love the Judy Niemeyer quilts, but they DO take a LOT of time! Enjoy your vacay!

Betty said...

My arms are ready........

Janet O. said...

I can tell already that I am going to love this quilt--gorgeous batiks, a Judy N. pattern and you assembling it. A sure winner!!
I am excited for you to take your vacation, though I will miss your posts. Enjoy Maryland/Virginia while I enjoy New Hampshire/Vermont!

Gari in AL said...

Love your project and the batiks you are using. I haven't finished my Deck cups: I just got home from a visit to MD. Maybe I will be done by the time you get home from your vacation.

LynCC said...

That's going to be neat! I love almost every single Judy Niemeyer quilt. Your colors are going to be gorgeous in this one. :D