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What’s on my Design Wall January 10, 2011

Posted by Pam in KC in Charm Challenge, designwall, UFO Challenge 2011.

Today’s wall contains UFO # 6 – the 2008 Charm Challenge.  I found out the name of the charm pack is Shangra-La.  It is a Moda line by 3 Sisters.  I spent most of Friday evening cutting the light fabrics and part of Saturday cutting the green squares for the star points.  I ‘batched’  up 9 kits of 8 blocks each and it looks like I have a few more light pieces to cut and definitely more green squares to cut.  At the moment the plan is to make the quilt 8 blocks by 12 blocks.

This is the first time in a long time I’ve worked on just one project at a time.  I don’t have a leader/ender project going.  I’m not sure if that a good thing or a bad thing.

I hope to get this top finished by next weekend.  I have a couple of current projects which I need to make progress on this month.

See if others are working on their UFO challenges or something else by following the links over at Patchwork Times.



1. Mary Crowther - January 10, 2011

YEA! your post is finally up so I can comment. I like the Sister’s choice and am glad you’re making progress on them. Sister choice blocks made with fabric from 3 sisters. I see a quilt name in there somewhere…

2. Chris - January 10, 2011

Your blocks are sweet. I don’t know what it is like to stitch on only one project. Maybe if I tried it, I would get more done 🙂

3. Quilter Kathy - January 10, 2011

This is a beautiful UFO! I want to make a sister’s choice quilt this year some time…I love this block pattern!

4. Kare in OH - January 10, 2011

Love the quilt and I hope it goes together quickly for you! I am anxious for next weeks DWM to see your progress!

5. Alycia - January 12, 2011

The blocks are very neat. That will make a cool quilt. Good job!

6. Gari - January 12, 2011

Great UFO project. I haven’t even gotten the UFO I plan to work on out of the box yet. But I am getting close. I amgetting caaught up on BOM blocks this week and then it is UFO time.

7. Bari - January 16, 2011

That is pretty!

Why no leader-enders? Are you concentrating on just the one at a time approach? I wish I could do that, but end up with way too many projects going at once!

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