Monday, November 1, 2010

Design Wall Monday 11.1.10


The trip around the world is still on the design wall. It is too big to see all of the design.  And, I actually have added a row or two. Who knows where I will need to take it to get a decent picture when the top is together.  With Jenny and Sophia here half the week I didn't get all that much quilting done.  But I did get a lot of snuggling and holding Sophia done.  Go see what is on everyone else's design walls by visiting Judy's site here


I finished the tree skirt but I won't be showing it off until I get all the threads buried.  But I did count it as finished in October.  I'm quite pleased with it.  


Did I admit to everyone I am now playing around with digital scrap booking? I've owned Photoshop Elements for a while and really didn't know enough about it to use it successfully. (I did do my banner for the blog on it...) I've taken a class on digital basics which now makes sense with the other small forays I've taken into the world of Photoshop.  Turns out my version is pretty old. (6th and now 9 is out.  How can that many happen in 2 and a half years?) And, wow, there is a ton of stuff on the web to buy for digital scrap booking.  Tonight I am going to a digi club to learn some more good stuff. 


What's Up This Week?

  • Iron and sew the backing for Million Pieces Quilt. 
  • Load the backing and the top onto Ruthie.
  • Quilt Million Pieces Quilt.
  • Bind Million Pieces Quilt.
  • Pick fabric for a couple of upcoming mysteries.  (There is still time to sign up for Marge's Mysteries for Relay.  The next mystery will be November 10. It is a great way to donate to cancer research.
That's enough for now.  I'm off to move piles of laundry -- washer to dryer, bed to washer.  Yick not my idea of fun but it has been a while.  Then it is on to the studio. 


Happy Quilting All!  






11 comments:

  1. Your trip around the world is so beautiful. I love your colors.

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  2. Your TATW is going to be beautiful!

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  3. Your Trip Around the World is wonderful and looks like it is alive with the "arms" hanging off the design wall ;)

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  4. Very lovely trip around the world quilt! You're getting along quite far on this top.

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  5. Loads of work involved in a TATW so large. I'm anxious to see your tree skirt... Don't let that scrap booking bug dig in too hard!

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  6. Your Trip Around the World quilt is beautiful!! :)

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  7. love the colors in your trip around the world

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  8. Beautiful, Bonnie. Love the colors.

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  9. That is going to be a gorgeous quilts. Love the colors.

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  10. That is an amazing quilt! Must have taken a lot of thought and co-ordination to create it!

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