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Monday, 23 June 2014

Design Wall Monday, June 23, 2014

I've still got Meteor Shower a design by Judy Martin, up on my wall. It's grown by a couple of blocks since the last time I took a picture of it to show here. It is a complex design, and requires my brain to be fully focused when working on it. One second of not paying attention, and something ends up turned the wrong way, or a colour in the wrong spot. That means it's going slower than I hoped.This is June's UFO, and my goal was to have all 12 of the large blocks done by the end of the month. given that it's already the 23rd, I don't think that's going to happen. Of course, it didn't help that I spent the first half of the month playing with a new project, rather than working on this. I'll settle for finishing the last 2 of the blocks needed for finishing the center of this quilt.
I have a dinner to go to tonight for the end of the year on the program committee for the guild, so this is going to be a very short post. I'm linking up to Judy's Design Wall Monday, and then I'd better get ready to go.

8 comments:

  1. Enjoy your meeting. The colors in your star quilt are so bright! Love them. I can see that the twisting and turning could be a problem, but it will be worth it to get it just right in the end.

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  2. This is going to be a great quilt, worth the effort. I can see that it would require full focus, something I'm short on these days. Take care.

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  3. Your quilt is breath-taking. So what if you didn't get it done by the deadline? It's going to be a quilt that will make people look twice when it's done. Good luck on the road to finished.

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  4. I love your stars. Beautiful colors.

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  5. Really cool stars! That is going to be a stunning quilt!

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  6. Love your stars! How beautiful. They just pop off of the background.

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  7. It does look quite complex, but also so very pretty! I love your bright colors. Nice work!

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  8. Love the 3D quality of this pattern, and the colorway you are using!
    Hugs

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