Did you get to hear Judy Laquidara's radio interview back in February? I download Pat Sloan's quilting podcasts and I am always behind in listening, but this weekend I enjoyed quilting while catching up on the shows.
It was delightful to hear Pat interviewing Judy, and to hear Judy's voice, after reading her Patchwork Times blog for so many years. If you would like to hear the show, go to the "All People Quilt" website (click here) then scroll down to see the listing of all the shows. If you click on the "2-13-12" show you can listen to Pat interviewing Judy (and a few other bloggers you might "know").
Anyway, it's Monday again and this is what is on my design wall today. My friend Barbara, my sister Jayne, and I started this quilt at Friday Night Sew In. Barbara did all the cutting, Jayne was our presser, and Barbara and I did the sewing.
The design is based on a quilt by Sarah Johnson in the book called Block Party. The block is called "uneven coins". We used our own measurements based on the size of the scraps we had. The columns are approx. 12" wide. The top looks a little wonky, and I'm not sure if it's just the photo, or if I need to fix that?!?
Would you like to see other versions of this design??
To see a lovely quilt called "Stack of Pretty Books" made from an $8 bag of pink and grey scraps on a white background - click here. To see red scraps with a brown background project, click here.
And to see the other Monday Design Wall postings, hop over to Patchwork Times.