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Monday, March 14, 2011

Design Wall Monday

The UFO Progress Train in chugging right along. I started this Split Decision quilt back here in October as one of my project kits for retreat. I got 25 of the 30 blocks sewn together before putting it away and forgetting about it.

I had forgotten about this project until reading Ramblings of a Fabric and Yarn Obsessor. Jill was talking about her Split Decision quilt and the light bulb flashed on in my brain. So I went in and got mine out and put it on the wall. Guess what Jill has on her design wall today!!

After rearranging the blocks, they are now sewn together waiting for the borders to go on today. Isn't Design Wall Monday great for prompting your project to get moving! Go here to see what others are working on. A light bulb in your brain might come on!

12 comments:

Chris said...

Fun quilt. It is amazing how we forget quilts like that LOL. I do it all the time.

Kathie said...

thats a fun quilt, I made one in red/white and blue. I like this scrappy one.

Cathy said...

I love the bright colours you have going there. So much fun!

QuiltSwissy said...

I really love the quilt medley on the top of the blog! How did I miss this before?

glen

Barb in Mi said...

Bright & fun quilt! Yes, I agree: UFO challenge and DWM sure gets me going!

Diane said...

that's another great quilt!

Suzanne said...

I've never seen this block pattern..I like it!

Teaquilts said...

Love the brightness of this quilt and all the different prints used.

Gari said...

Love your quilt but I don't see how you could sleep under it. ;-) I really like bright quilts.

Quilter Kathy said...

Fun fun fun! it's amazing the things you remember when you're blog surfing!

Alycia said...

Fun!!! I love finding hiddne treasures. Your Split decision is pretty!

Linda said...

One of the girls at the last retreat I went to was doing one of these and I made one block to remind myself about it later. I have this one block on my Design wall and I look at every night. I did not know this was the name. I'll be doing this one soon. I have enough scraps to do one of these. Thanks for sharing....