Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Something new on the design wall...

Tonight I figure I will show you something else on my design wall instead of my Double Wedding Ring that I am still working on.  I have 2 different projects up there tonight.  

The first one is my new leader and ender project.  Honestly, I'm not crazy about it because I don't tend to work with brighter colors but I have a tub of 2.5" squares that I just keep moving around so I figure if I use them then I will not have to keep looking at them.  LOL!  This will probably be a donation quilt once it is finished. 
 You really can't tell from this photo but there is a little bit of everything in there, from Christmas fabric to 80's fabrics.  Even some ducks and taxi cabs too.  LOL! 
 The second one I believe I will like.  Don't worry, I'm not working on it right now, I just wanted to make a couple of sample blocks to make sure I liked it before I started really piecing on it.  It is Bonnie's Rectangle Wrangle.  I have a few others that need to be finished before I jump in on this one.  I'm thinking this will be a nice winter project. 
 I am still working on my Double Wedding Ring quilt too.  Actually, I figure this will be another sleepless night for me so I will probably work on it for a bit.  Richard is off tonight but he is to the point that he can't sleep on his nights off either.  LOL! 
 That's all for now...
Kristie


5 comments:

Janet O. said...

I like both of these patterns! I'm not much of a 'brights" gal either, but I think that quilt looks very good.

Terry said...

I like both of your projects, but I really do love the first one. I'm all about scrappy! :0)

barb said...

i love the bright colors of the first quilt. i love working with brights especially in my charity quilts to help keep up the spirits of the receipent. if you get too many brights i will give them a good home lol. babscorbitt@gmail.com

Missy Shay said...

I really like those bright colors!

Regina said...

your leader/ender is fun... is that a Bonnie Hunter pattern,too? Looks easy enough - and I know I have PLENTY of scraps to work with!!!