Design Wall Monday, November 28, 2016


Part 1 of Kourtepointe (aka, En Provence) is finished.  I spent Sunday finishing them.

I wonder what color is next?  I am also trying to come up with a name for my En Provence.  Something French that starts with a "K" =^.^= would work perfectly.  Any ideas are welcome.  Figured it out on 12/21/16.  The French equivalent of quilt is courtepointe.  They call their quilts a bed cover or bedspread.

In the meantime Krosscheck will be on the sewing machine...as soon as I pull fabrics!  I am linking up with Quiltville.com and PatchworkTimes.com.

13 comments:

Feathers in my Nest said...

Wonderful! Looking pretty.

Betty said...

I had no doubt that you would get ALL of those 4 patches finished in one day. You are just too much. Now you have to wait until the next mystery post is stated.

Angela Neff said...

Nice fabric and four patches!

Angela Neff said...

Nice fabric and four patches!

Janet O. said...

I am not surprised at all that you are right on target with Bonnie's mystery. That is just how you roll. : )
Krosscheck is a cute little quilt--will you change up the colors, or do it in Lisa's colorway?

Ramona said...

Great fabric selections. I always love seeing what names you come up with for your quilts.

TheEclecticAbuela said...

Beautiful!

Jennifer said...

I took French for years, but can't think of a single French word with a K! Maybe look at the "C" cities in France and change one to a K? Cannes to Kannes? Look forward to seeing yours come together, as I am just watching from the wings this year.

Vireya said...

I think the only French words with "K" in them are ones that have come from other languages, like "kiwi". So you might need a "plan B" for your quilt's name.

Whatever you call it, it is looking good so far.

Iva Kučerová said...

Love your neutrals :)

Kate said...

Do they use K's much in French? Good luck with the name. Your next project is going to be fun to see come together.

Mary p said...

Képi. This is the name of the very French hat that used to be part of the French policeman's uniform.

Mary p said...

Kaléidoscope

Here's a link to French words that start with K http://www.linternaute.com/dictionnaire/fr/abecedaire/k/1/