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Monday, February 15, 2021

Design Wall Monday - February 15, 2021


Happy Valentines Day everyone!  I hope you got more sewing done this last week than I did!  My design wall hasn’t changed for quite a while, and I am resolved to get things moving there before next Monday.  The two quilts that I seem bogged down on are both brown and neutral.  I think the lack of brighter colors on these two has something to do with my lack of progress on them.  But here’s a picture of the status quo:



I sewed convex/concave pieces (16 pair in each stack) for another three Drunkards Path Blocks:


The embroidery has progressed a little bit on one of the May Basket Blocks.  I am so excited to be thinking about sashing and or setting blocks.  Pink and yellow (30s solids) were both good suggestions for me.  

Remember this from last Monday:



Today:


  

This coming week I plan to look at all of my UFOs (which I was going to do at the start of 2021) but my energy wasn't there then.  Now it is back, and I'm feeling like I can do another list and purge some of the projects.  I love it when the spring cleaning urge hits me.

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6 comments:

  1. Looks like you made some progress even if it isn't very obvious on the design wall. Pink and yellow sounds like a great color combo for the basket blocks. Good luck with the UFO list. Hope you find that you are farther along with several of them then you thought. Happy stitching this week.

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  2. Drunkards Path blocks look time consuming, but all together, you've got a lot done. Your baskets are so pretty and I think vintage fabrics would look great with them.

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  3. I love your heart. Simple, yet perfect.

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  4. Such a pretty heart quilt, Judy and love seeing your progress on the Drunkards Path. The little basket is just darling and makes me want to work on some embroidery. Thank you so much for hosting the link party. Happy quilting

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  5. Some progress is still progress! I have to remind myself of that when I think of how far to go I have on some UFOs :)
    The baskets are so sweet, each of them. Lots of hours with needle and thread represented in your photos today.

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