Design Wall Monday, February 1, 2016

Most of this weekend has had me sewing on Kaffe Kisses.  Sunday's block was green.  These units are the first of what is sewn together.  This photo shows the eight just trimmed up with the QCR ruler.

The next step uses the QCR ruler again to cut the setting ovals and background.  The curve sewing is next.  Surprisingly enough no pins are necessary to stitch the units together.  Last is the setting squares that make up the large four-patch.

My design wall holds all sewn units so far.  Today I have about two thirds of the blocks done.  I am still unsure how I want the layout to end.  Once all the blocks are constructed more playing around with that and then final seams and trimming of the blocks.

After dinner some hand stitching on the binding of Komatose.

Today I'm linking up with 52Quilts for the UFO Parade that happens the first day of the month and of course Patchwork Times for Design Wall Monday.  If you have time check out the inspirational work of other quilters today.


Janet O. said...

Kaffe Kisses is really moving quickly! Looks so fun.
Must feel good to be so productive! : )

Cathy said...

The Kaffe Kisses is looking amazing! You are going to have a fantastic quilt there.

Nancy J said...

Lovely lime green, and you are so busy with each one, this will be a stunner when all done.

Kate said...

I really like that multi-color print there on top. Kaffe Kisses is going to be a stunning quilt. Enjoy your after dinner stitching.

Frog Quilter said...

A love your Kaffe kIsses. Is there a pattern? I have the ruler. Thanks