Design Wall Monday, June 30, 2014

I'm working on Smith Mountain Morning.  I've wanted to make this design by Bonnie Hunter for quite sometime now.  I worked on cutting the pieces and got about half of the log cabin blocks done last weekend at the quilting retreat.  This weekend I spent time putting the rest of the log cabin blocks together.  I have just made a dent in the star blocks, but the rest should go together pretty fast.  I have all the individual units assembled so now it is just a nine patch to assemble.  There are some that are with brown star and blue corners and nearly as many with blue star and brown corners.  It really is as rich as it looks.  I'm starting to figure out now what "K" name to give my project...help always happily received.
While at the retreat I had a lot of blue and brown fabrics for my Smith Mountain Morning project so our group used them for a Bible block quilt we will gift our retreat location.  These are the first six with three more yet to be made by Shelly, Bonnie and me.  I'll tell more about this project as it comes together.

Enjoy this last day of June!  More great projects on the design walls of quilters around the globe through the links today at Patchwork Times.  

5 comments:

Kathie said...

Great as usual, I don't think you ever slow down. Hope to see you next time you visit your mom.

Ramona said...

When I hear "Lake" I think of cabins. And with the log cabin being part of the quilt, how about "Kabin Fever" for the name? Love the browns and blues you are using. It is beautiful.

Janet O. said...

I do love that Bonnie pattern. Your colors are gorgeous! You amaze me, as always, with how quickly you bring a quilt together!

Churn Dash said...

Always fun to see a quilt interpreted in different colours. You're right, it does look rich.

Helen

Betty said...

Another awesome quilt in progress. Love the color combination that you choose. Rich looking.