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What’s on My Design Wall May 2, 2010

Posted by Pam in KC in applique, designwall, UFOs.

I’ve been putzing around in my sewing room all weekend and finally got enough stuff put up, I was able to re-hang the design wall. Not only have I been cleaning, but I’ve been quilting and finally came up with the setting for my Dancing Flowers wall hanging. The picture above is from EQ. I imported pictures of my blocks and then set them into the quilt design.

So far all I have done is the inner sashing.

I settled on this layout since I’m making it to go with my Black and Bright Swap block quilt. Here’s an EQ rendering of the quilt. Perhaps by the end of the year this quilt will make it into the top 5 UFOs to finish.

To see if others are working on their UFOs or something new, check out the links at Patchwork Times.



1. Judy Laquidara - May 3, 2010

Love the setting . . especially those corner blocks.

2. Diane - May 3, 2010

that is a stunning quilt-drooling over the colors! applause, applause!

3. Vivian - May 3, 2010

Excellent setting! When you say you are making the flower blocks to go with the other quilt — will they part of a second coordinating or mini quilt, an accessory (like a pillow), or on the back (like part of a label)?

4. MaryLu - May 3, 2010

Those corner blocks are gorgeous! I love the celtic knotwork style of the borders. Good job!

5. Cherie - May 3, 2010

Wow, I love your blocks and the setting it perfect!

6. ginaquilts - May 3, 2010

Love the borders! I say KEEP GOING on it! 🙂

7. glen in Louisiana - May 3, 2010

corner settings are fabulous!

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