Monday, December 29, 2014

Quiltville Mystery and Design Wall Monday

My design wall is pretty blah.  I still have the wool quilt on there.  So much for my goal of finishing it by the end of the year!

I am all caught up on the Quiltville mystery!
 This is a quilt top I made at a retreat in November.  I used a jelly roll pack and finally got borders added.  I used a pattern in the book Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam & Nicky Lintott.
 I bought the kit for this quilt about six years ago.   It is called Snow Day and was a Moda Layer Cake project by Kansas Troubles.  These are NOT my normal colors!  I finally pieced it at the November retreat and fused on the snowflakes.  I will be stitching them at the same time as quilting and then adding a few buttons.  I finally got the borders added to it also!


Vireya said...

Your mystery blocks look great all ready for the next clue.

Feathers in my Nest said...

Love Kansas Troubles anything!
your units are looking great..

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Mary said...

YEA for being caught up! You can quilt the Easy Street later. I have several UFO's that just need the quilting going into the New Year.

TLC said...

Great job all around on getting caught up this week,

SandyPA said...

Congrats on being caught up with Grand Illusion. I like the slight color changes you have. I went with a dark teal and coral in place of Bonnie's turquoise and pink. I can't wait to see the big reveal this week! Also, I love your snowflake quilt. Changing your preferred palette can be refreshing.

~Deb Lindley said...

WOW - you've been one busy quilter! Your 'scrappy' fabric choices for Grand Illusion are really nice and colorful. I'm still playing 'catch-up' w/Grand Illusion - hopefully will finish up by Friday. Looking forward to the Big Reveal!

Happy Quilting,

traditional_quilter said...

Your units look great! Your quilt will be very striking with your colors! Great job! Your finished quilts are pretty! Happy New Year!