Design Wall Monday, November, 18, 2013

FABULOUS NEWS...I'm so excited!  Both quilts that I submitted to 2014 Road to California Quilters' Showcase were accepted...  Korriander Kompass and Kartwheels will be on display in January at the Ontario Convention Center.  There is prize money involved!
Kookaburra
87" x 87"
November 2013 UFO
 Kookaburra is finished (Licorice Allsorts by The Rabbit Factory).  Now on to Kilowatts!  
Kilowatts
88" x 102"
Kilowatts (High Voltage by Annie Unrein) you may remember was started and thought to be finished earlier this year.  I had it in to work pulling off the foundation paper during my lunch break when along came Charmagne.  She was so excited about this project asking if I could make it larger for her daughter's graduation gift.  I had it put away until Kookaburra was finished.  Now I'm working on it for a December finish.  I've got a couple of weeks before the last UFO of 2013 needs to start and Bonnie Hunter's Celtic Solstice Mystery gets going.

What's going on in your sewing room?  See other projects thourgh the links at Patchwork Times.  Enjoy your week.

11 comments:

Jennifer said...

Congratulations on getting your quilts accepted - both much deserved! Congrats on the finish too - the top looks great!

Kerry's Quilting said...
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Kerry's Quilting said...

Congratulations Sandi, I am so excited for you! Both quilts are winners!

Janet O. said...

I can't imagine any quilt you made not being accepted! You do such beautiful work. Congratulations!!

Betty said...

Oh My, congratulations, what an honor. You deserve to be accepted, for all your quilts are winners. GREAT JOB, Love You

Mary said...

How fun, good luck on getting some of the prize $$$. You aren't the only one trying to finish a Bonnie project before Celtic Solstice starts.

Jackie said...

Congratulations! Very exciting news - you must be THRILLED!

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

Congratulations!! - ;))

Barb in Mi said...

Beautiful quilt - and huge congrats for your 2 accepted quilts!

Kat Scribner said...

Kookaburra is gorgeous - I love the palette - dramatic & gentle somehow.

Sue Daurio said...

Woohoo! Congrats on getting the quilts accepted.

Seriously you should enter your Kookaburra next year cuz that one is a head turner too!