Monday, July 11, 2011

Design Wall Monday #25

On my design wall there are 4 UFO's today. I'm hoping for some inspiration to finish them up.
The two projects on the right are waiting for border decisions...Storm At Sea and Hexagon Honeycomb.
On the bottom left is my "Stay At Home Round Robin" that got stalled at step #5 (out of 12 steps). I don't know why...I put it away to work on Christmas gifts, and forgot all about it. When I found it again, I put it up on the design wall to remind me to work on it. If you want to see the other finished robins, you can visit the blog here.
But the top left project is the one I am really excited about...it is the final block for my long term project called "Journey of a Quilter". The pattern is by Leanne Beasley and I have been working on this quilt for 4 years. The 9th block background has been pieced and I just finished tracing the stitching designs and it is ready to take along on my summer travels.
Grab a cup of tea and hop over to Patchwork Times for some Design Wall inspiration!

9 comments:

Gail said...

No suggestions for borders, but I do love the colors that you have used in the Storm at Sea. That bottom left block is fascinating, would love to see the whole thing.

Gari said...

That's what I like to see, several projects to be worked on as inspiration hits. That's how I like to work: almost never get bored.

Chris said...

All great projects. I like the Storm at Sea without a border :)

Janet O. said...

They all look good, but the Storm at Sea is delicious! I am a border person and would probably put a very narrow border on it and then a contrasting wider border. But, hey, it looks great just the way it is!
Curious to see the grand scheme of things that your "partials" fit into.

Floss said...

Wow, this photo really show how small the storm at sea is. I think that looks great without a boarder too.

Alycia said...

Love all of those. That storm at sea is sure pretty colors!

Kate said...

Very pretty projects. The Storm at Sea just shines, beautiful colors.

Ellen said...

Your design wall looks fabulous - lots of projects for inspiration!

dmrtn said...

I had so much trouble with bunnies, that I had to fence in my garden with chicken wire. Works great. To keep the bunnies away from my shrubs, I spray them with a Tobasco Sauce & Water solution. They don't like it and they lunch elsewhere. Try it!