Sunday, November 16, 2014

Design Wall Monday - 11/17/14


I have my Lozenges almost a flimsy (goal for the month) - just have to sew the two halves together.  This will go into the to-be-quilted pile for 2015.


These are the next two blocks for Lynn's CountryCorner's quilt along.  This was block #6 and I have been making two of each, so now there are 12 blocks in the box.


These are all my corner trims (with a few extras made) from the Charming Star quilt in progress.  Many are using them for pinwheels, but I wanted to go with something that will make another whole quilt so using them with some of the left over Charms and background fabric to make some Country Stars.


And with some organization of scraps, I found I could not close the cover on the string tote.  So 20 new blocks were pieced to add to the growing pile. Not sure how many are finished, but I know when that recycled salad container is filled, there is enough for a quilt.  I think the rest of the phone book papers will do that - and there are plenty of strings! 

linking up with PatchWork Times

Sewingly  Yours,
Sharon

18 comments:

  1. Hi Sharon,wow your lozenges looks fantastic,boy you are amazing with all the things you do,enjoy your day my friend.xx

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  2. Love your Lynn's Country Corner blocks. No, I'm not going to look at the link because I mighttttttt be tempted. :))

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  3. Your lozenges looks gorgeous!

    I love that you work on your strings when you can't get the bag closed anymore. Wish I would have thought of that earlier! What a great idea!!! Keep up the beautiful work!

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  4. This icky weather certainly makes for good reason to stay in and sew. I hope to find a little time to do that this week.

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  5. Great progress....and love your lozenges quilt too! What a great pattern.

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  6. Ha. I like your salad container measuring method. The lozenges quilt is going to be so much fun. Love it.

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  7. love those string blocks and what a great idea for storing them and determining when you have a quilt. I'll definitely use that going forward.

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  8. Your string blocks look fun! I've never been able to get into those -- but I hear quilters rave about how easy and quick they are! Lozenges is looking awesome!!! :)

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  9. You're a busy, busy lady! So many pretty quilts-in-progress! ;)

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  10. All of your projects are beautiful Sharon! I love your Country Corners blocks.....great use of color and fabrics. Well done!

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  11. The Country Corner blocks are gorgeous. I always love string blocks too.

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  12. The lozenges look amazing! Such a great scrap pattern!

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  13. All your projects look good, but I especially like the lozenges.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  14. WOW Sharon... you amaze me with ALL the projects you get to work on. You must sew day and night.. :)

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  15. You are such an inspiration to me. I've been thinking about you a lot lately -- as I keep ironing, trimming and storing scraps! I have to give myself a break and sew but my sewing table is covered with containers for scraps! LOL

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  16. Love your lozenges! Also love those cheddary country blocks!

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  17. The lozenges are wonderful. Mine is in the to be quilted in 2014 pile...but hasn't happened yet.

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  18. Lots of fun stuff on your design surfaces. Your Country Corner blocks are beautiful What a great use for your corner trims.

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