Quilting and Stuff by Knitnoid

What’s On My Design Wall


My young quilting friend has spent the last few days with us.  She’s made significant progress on her latest quilt. I have no idea if this is the order the blocks will be in when the top is complete or not.  She said something about alternating the black and green strips, but as I look at it this morning that appears to be forgotten.

My own quilting/piecing seems to be stalled.  This happens periodically – usually after a push to complete several quilts or believe it or not after a quilting retreat.  Instead of quilting I end up reading.  In fact this past weekend, I finished reading Dan Brown’s Inferno, James Rollins’s The Judas Strain & Sandstorm, plus three of Susan Enoch’s romances – Lady Rogue, Reforming a Rake and The Care and Taming of a Rogue.

I’ve finally found a spot for the batting I bought the other day, so perhaps now that I’m not constantly running into that box I’ll be able to get back to sewing machine – or sit a the treadle.  In the meantime for more inspiration, I’ll check out what others are working on by following the links over at Patchwork Times.



3 Thoughts on “What’s On My Design Wall

  1. lovely quilt!

    hey, you are in overland park right? i am going to visit my mom and dad who live on metcalf court in o.p. in july! would love to beable to meet you one day. i absolutely LOVE your style of quilting.

  2. Un-packing is on my agenda before I get back to stitching here. Quilt Retreats wear me out and I have to take a day off and rest. It’s always nice to see what is happening in your Quilt Zone, even if it isn’t yours.

  3. Anonymous on June 25, 2013 at 10:49 am said:

    yes, a heavy dose of quilting is best tempered with an equally heavy reading streak!

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