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Monday, August 09, 2010

Design Wall Monday

Here she is, Miss Meadow Breeze. All the blocks are made. I just have applique to do on 3 of them and I will be caught up.

I have decided to take the applique off the green block on the bottom and remake it to put it on a block with the stripes going in the right direction so the placement will be like Pat Sloan has it in the original design. I will only take off the flower parts as the curve stem is showing up in the other green sections. Shouldn't take too long.

I have the applique shapes drawn onto the fusible for the next step. I don't know how much I will be working on it this week but I'm sure I'll squeeze some time in.

We went to the fair yesterday and stopped at the produce stand on the way home. After a quilt show Saturday and the quilt display on Sunday, I want to hide away in the sewing room. But I bought 50 pounds of fresh Walla Walla sweet onions and they need to be taken care of first. The dehydrator will be set up in the shop away from the house and I found a recipe for Sweet Onion Relish from Paula Deen that I will start soon. It looks like today will be a kitchen day instead.

Grab yourself something to drink and maybe a snack because when you visit Patchwork Times and start blog hopping, you are going to be there for a while. With all the inspiring Design Wall Monday posts, it really makes me want to hide away but I can't, I have onions....enjoy your visits.

9 comments:

Diane said...

I like the colors-fresh and happy. It looks terrific-doesn't it feel good to get caught up!

Teaquilts said...

Great progress Judy. I love seeing this quilt in progress.

Cathy said...

That looks really good!

Vicki said...

your quilt is great. I love the colors of the flowers

Quilter Kathy said...

Now I see what you mean about that green stripe fabric. This is such a vibrant quilt...seems to be in motion!

Charlene S said...

Heck,let's change muses please. I like those colors much more than the ones in my muse's quilt. The colors pop and that is what I like the most.

fancystitching said...

Love this quilt, Judy!! You are accomplishing so much these days... keep up the good work (quilting, canning, and otherwise)!

Kat

QuiltSwissy said...

Gosh, this is just gorgeous!

glen

Barb in Mi said...

Judy, what a beauty! The colors are great - good job and I admire your applique!!!
Never mind your kitchen skills...