Monday, February 1, 2016

Monday Design Wall Stacks

I am making some progress on my offering for H2H. I started earlier again this year because I am so slow at this hobby.  Everything takes me longer than it used to... sign of getting older.

Here is a picture of my cutting board as of last night. I'm using it as a staging area for making the strips.

  I assemble these pieces using pins then go sew them together. I'm trying not to have too many the same in the same area.

I'm hoping it'll look better after they are sewn together. 13 rows up on the wall. Using these 'moveable' design wall pieces, I'm going to have to sew together before I have the 40 rows done. This might be a good sew together spot.

Thanks for all the great grand son comments. I'll share more pictures as they come to me. (He did roll over at 2 weeks old, so I suppose he'll be running next week.) I am right proud to be his great granny. I guess you can tell.



  1. Oh I think this looks as if it will look really great when together....I like those white varieties...
    hugs Julierose

  2. Love your variety....I think they look like fun.

  3. Looks like fun, Terri. I think it will look great when it's finished. I've started my H2H quilt, too.

  4. It looks beautiful so far. Reminds me of the quilt you made Corry and I for our wedding. I've got some pictures to email you tomorrow. I've been trying to get a video of Broc rolling over, but he's only done it one other time since the first time. I'll get it though :) We got his quilt too. It's awesome! We'll send a pic of him with it along with some more pictures tomorrow. Love you gramma!

  5. I made this quilt last weekend and it's great. Really, it's all in the quilting of it.Straight lines in the white--keep it simple!

  6. Lovely progress Terri! I love your use of white with the bright colours. I think you will have another stunning quilt soon.

  7. I really like this design; I think it's fresh and spring-y. Has it started growing on you again yet? I completely understand that stage of not necessarily liking a quilt in progress.

    Thanks for being a sponsor of H2H; I just saw your name listed over on Confessions of a Fabric Addict as offering a prize or two.


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