At the moment, there’s nothing on my design wall — still can’t get to it. I’ve also taken down the temporary design wall, so there’s nothing on it either. But that’s not to say I’m not working on things.
Border pieces for Orca Bay are ready to be stitched – and have been since Friday afternoon.
Friday night I started de-boning shirts. Would you believe the last time I bought a thrift shirt was back in June? They are stuffed in a box and a laundry basket. My goal is to get them into usable fabric. I have a couple of ideas for quilts and I can’t start either one until I have this task done.
Actually, even when I get the shirts dealt with, I won’t start the shirt quilt. I need to turn this pile of fabric into a quilt for my niece. I need a ton of black and bright 4-patches, bright flying geese in black skies and bright triangles in black squares – at which point I’ll need my design wall.
Nothing like tasks dependent on each other. I am making progress getting to the design wall. In addition to working on the shirts, I took two quilts and boxed them up for delivery — then took them out to my car. It may be cold, but the cold won’t hurt the quilts.
See what other are working on by following the links over at Patchwork Times.