Monday, March 14, 2011

Design Wall Monday!






Here's what's on the Design Wall this week - a t-shirt quilt for Corinne!  The blocks have been cut out and fused for a little over a year and got buried in the longarm room and I forgot all about them until I heard from Corinne's Mom . . . Good grief, I've really lost what was left of my mind.








Also pictured are the two quilts I have had on the Design Wall in January + February. The first one is Hopscotch from Heather Mulder Peterson's book Fat Quarter Five. Please note the mistakes - apparently several of my blocks have been playing Hopscotch . . .  

The last quilt pictured is from our Guild Quilt Retreat the last week in February.  It was a mystery quilt named Stash Digger!  I have completed my top but one of my blocks have gone missing (see bottom right of top) . . .     
Check out what others have on their Design Walls by visiting JudyL's Patchwork Times.

7 comments:

Chris said...

I tend to forget projects and am always surprised when they show up again :)

Vicki said...

The beauty of having a poor memory is that everything that was old is new again!! Happens to me more often than I care to admit :0. Your quilts are lovely and the stash digger is a great idea. I love the setting.

QuiltSwissy said...

T-shirts are so cool. And it is great to see the finished quilts.

glen

Alycia said...

YOu have been busy. The funny thing is enough of the blocks played hopscotch, that it looks like a design element!

Gari said...

I like your hopscotch quilt and the unique setting. And the Stash Digger is nice, too but you'll have to do something about that hole. ;-) I have never made a t-shirt quilt but will probably be doing one next year.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

I like how your finished top came out from that collection of little blocks! Now that you remember about the T-Shirt quilt I am sure it will take you no time to finish it! Cheers! Evelyn

Quilter Kathy said...

Love that stashdigger quilt...the name is perfect! Did you find the missing block!??!