These are the 2 quilts I have been working on most of the time.
This one is the one I am working on most.
I am making this in three panels. The center panel is finished. The other 2 panels start where you can see the break going across. The 2 panels will be the same, making the quilt symmetrical.
This is my drawing.
The bottom edge is the center quilt. The quilt will repeat in a mirror image at that point.
This is a quilt that I made a couple of years ago.
It was inspired by a Pendleton Indian blanket I saw in a book. I have always liked this quilt, and I really enjoyed making it. I wanted to make another quilt using the same idea, but this time, I wanted to repeat the diamonds all over the quilt.
This is the drawing for the quilt I am using as leaders and enders, a la Bonnie Hunter.
It is meant to be an abstract version of the sky. I intend to applique airplanes on it. This quilt is a commission, but they are not in a hurry for it, so I am working on it slowly.
Here is the quilt background laid out on the wall. The lower right hand corner is missing, because I transferred it to a free standing design wall that I cam put next to my sewing machine.
That is what I am up to these days.
I will be linking with Judy Laquidara's Design Wall Monday, for the first time in a long time. Check out http://www.patchworktimes.com/2016/08/01/design-wall-monday-august-1-2016/ to see what other quilters are working on. It's always fun to see!
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