It is Design Wall Monday over at Judy's blog and this is my 10th posting this year! It's a great way to keep myself on track with projects and keep motivated to move projects along.
This project is a perfect example.
I received a UFO bag at my guild meeting in February and posted the first photo on a Design Wall Monday on Feb. 15th.
The first step was organizing all the pieces and figuring out what the blocks in the design were and how much fabric was with the project.
These are the piles I sorted out and then started doing some calculations on how many blocks the quilt still needed and how big the quilt could become with the available fabric.
The next step was starting to piece the required blocks and I posted that step on last week's Design Wall Monday post.
I worked on this project at retreat and recently sewed on the borders so that I could bring it to my UFO group to show the quilt owner. I used up almost every bit of fabric and hope to be able to squeak out enough from the scraps for the binding.
And now I can post on this week's Design Wall Monday...a finished top!