Monday, January 02, 2012

Design Wall Monday #1

First design wall posting of 2012...very exciting!
My sewing room is a total mess and I have too many projects on the go, but on my design wall are my ohio star blocks for the Quiltville Orca Bay mystery
I am almost finished step #7, but Bonnie has revealed the mystery pattern, and it is a gorgeous quilt! I am making a half sized version of this design, and am really enjoying sewing with these Grace (by 3 sisters) fabrics. I can't wait to get some sewing time so I can go on to step #8.
To see how other quilters are progressing with their mystery quilts, visit the links posted at Quiltville.
And to be inspired by quilty design wall posts, hop over to Patchwork Times.

29 comments:

  1. Very impressive design wall today! Your stars are pretty.

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  2. I checked out the Orca bay reveal and it is fabulous. I can't wait to see it with your fabrics.

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  3. How smart you were to halve the blocks! I wish I'd have thought of that. Yours looks terrific!! :)

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  4. love your blocks, I'm considering make two halves now, I don't know... I'm not liking my color choices now either.

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  5. Very pretty blocks. Hope you can find time to move on to step 8.

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  6. Love your fabric/color choices! Can't wait to see how it looks with the other pieces!

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  7. Your star blocks look fabulous. I am on step 6 but I hope to finish it today and get a good start on step 7 too.

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  8. Your stars look great, can't wait to see how yours looks together.

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  9. I like your colors. I'm making this quilt too.

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  10. Your stars look fabulous. Way to go. I'm enjoying seeing everyone's Orca Bay.

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  11. It is fun to see everyone's orca bay quilts. You made a great choice in fabrics. It is going to be a beauty of a quilt.

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  12. Love your fabrics for the mystery quilt. Can't wait to see it all put together!

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  13. They look just beautiful all together and would be a wonderful quilt on their own.

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  14. Your stars are beautiful -- love those fabrics!

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  15. Wow! your blocks are just gorgeous! I can't wait to see where this mystery takes you!

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  16. The Ohio Star is quickly becoming my fav design, plus I really like your color combo, very nice work.
    JoAnn

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  17. I can't wait to see the rest of yours - I love the Grace fabric line!

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  18. Gosh....you continue to amaze me. This is going to be yet another fabulous piece...good for you!!!!

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  19. I can't WAIT to see the layout with your fabrics!!!!!!! GORGEOUS

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  20. The fabrics you used was a very good choice.

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  21. Beautiful blocks, Kathy. Your quilt will be one-of-a-kind. I like that.

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  22. I like your fabrics. Your mystery looks so unique, I love it.

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  23. Your stars are lovely. Great fabric choice.

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  24. Your colorway is so "mellow' -- very comforting and easy on the eyes, yet complicated and engaging. I'd say this will be a complete success!! Way to go!!
    Jory

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  25. I really love your color choices!! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Hugs

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  26. Love your blocks!Can't wait to see the end result.

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  27. I can't wait to see it too. I think that next mystery if it has lots of string blocks like the last two, I may do what you did, pick a fabric that I like, maybe even a stripe, and use it instead of the strings. I think that it would definitely make things easier, and make the quilt a little less busy. I'm loving mine, but I think I'd love it as much or more if it were a little less busy. I've given string blocks a try now and I still don't like making them, although I love the way they look. Love your Ohio stars.

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  28. Oh! I am in love with your fabric choices!! <3

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