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Monday, November 07, 2011

Design Wall Monday

After resting up (prying myself out of the recliner) from retreat, I decided to play with my Birds In The Air blocks.

I have decided to stick with my original plan and make the quilt just like Julie did.


Today I am going to start sewing my blocks into pairs and then into 4 patches. I love that there is no design plan. Just pick up 2 and sew them together. This will be quite fun while I listen to a new book or my new Michael Buble Christmas CD-which I highly recommend, it's fabulous.

That is after I do some laundry and housework.

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11 comments:

Joanne said...

This is going to be fun. Thanks for showing it today!

Lynn said...

That is going to be a wonderful quilt.

Mary said...

pretty blocks on the wall. They'll be a quilt soon with your music to keep you moving...

AnnieO said...

Very bright and fun--enjoy! I think I need a Michael Buble Christmas CD too.

pcflamingo said...

I was thinking "oh dear Lord, another quilt to add to my bucket list"....but it's already there! Oh, good, that means I still only have to live to be 125 to finish them all. I love your take on this quilt pattern, with the colorful brights. But I love the original too. Decisions, decisions.

Julie Kaye from KS said...

I love your fabrics. That is going to be one happy quilt.

Denise :) said...

What fun this quilt is! Lots of great colors. I heard an advertisement for the new Michael Buble Christmas CD over the weekend, and I thought I'd like to have it. Glad to know it's a good one! :)

Cathy said...

I love the delightful scrappiness here. It is wonderful!

Linda said...

Isn't scrappy just so much fun? It just doesn't matter at all how each block is placed...they all play nice together in the end. Yours is very nice.

Quilter Kathy said...

I love this project! Fun piecing and no complex layout decisions!

Gari said...

Well, by the time I got around to reading blogs, you should have that top finished. Yes? Looks great.