Do you remember the scrap quilt units I've been working on - Fabric Frolic? Well, here is the center of the Queen size.
The Summer Breezes top is complete. No picture, it doesn't look any different sewn together just a bit smaller. Here is the sham.
I am giving this one to my Aunt Sis, my mother's sister. I still have a lot of pinwheel block leftovers in the red-yellow-orange range. Have an idea for those but have relegated them to leader/ender status. So tired of pinwheels, LOL!
One more Snowbound block finished and two more almost completed! Two more after those and I can finish this up.
Four more Delectable Diamond pieces done. Once I mount the twelve I just completed, these will probably go up on the design wall for another look/see. Might be I need a few more embroideries!
MatryoshkaMom is making quilts for Japan. All the quilts are red & white (you know how much I love red/white quilts). The link above will tell you all the details. In any case, here are two blocks that I made and sent for the quilts. She will be accepting 12-1/2 inch unfinished blocks until the end of July if you are interested. These were so easy for me, I may make a few more between now and then.
Last, but not least, here is the embroidered piece I offered to finish for my Aunt Mary. I did all that we discussed but I need to visit her again for more guidance. I have a few ideas.
I think I mentioned in my last post that I had revamped my design wall. Since I am a visual person, it was frustrating that I couldn't put all my quilt pieces up on my wall. My original wall was only supposed to be temporary and consisted of two pieces of Warm&Natural stapled to the wall. I tore the entire thing down and replaced it with a solid piece of Warm&White. My design wall is now big enough to put up an entire Queen size quilt before seaming, but I can only work one quilt at a time and there was still no room for my handwork or for taking pictures of smaller pieces. I decided I needed another design wall just for handwork. Here it is!
As you can see, it butts up against the corner of the big wall, which is fine because now I will be able to turn the corner for King size quilts! (I have at least two of those to make!) I can also keep track of my applique blocks and other things.
So what's on your design wall?
Love from Liri