Monday Madness – 06/29/2015

Design Wall Back for Scrapitude 6/15/2015

Design Wall
Back for Scrapitude
6/15/2015

The design wall is still the same as it was last week.  I’m still at the same place as I was last week.  I’ve got the idea in my head, the label is done and I just have to sit and do it.

Last week, I worked on Hampton Ridge.  I’ve got the sashes attached to the rows and the red triangles are attached to the ends of each row.  I found an error and I’m leaving it in.  It’s right in the middle of the 5th row.  It isn’t bothering me too much now and I hope it doesn’t bother me later.  So far I can live with it.  I would take a picture but I’ve put it away at the moment.  I’m a little bored with where I am at at each of my top 4 projects and I’m not sure how to move forward.  I think I’m going to start on one of the rows for the Row by Row experience and see how hard it’s going to be for me to actually do it.  If I can get the first one done in a reasonable period of time, I may try to get them done in time for the deadline.

Here’s a quick update on my top 4:

Scrapitude – need to piece the backing.  I’ve got an idea in my head and the label is ready – I just have to sit, cut and do it.

Tell It To The Stars – this needs to be quilted.  I’ve got everything!  I just need to trim down the batting, make sure the back fits perfectly, and then get it on the quilt frame.

Moon Glow – I need to get the borders on.

Hampton Ridge – The rows/sashes are done and I just need to piece the rows together to get the inner top done.  Then it will be time for borders.

Check out more finished BOMs at  and design walls at Patchworktimes.com and Cooking Up Quilts

Have a great week!

~Melanie

One response »

  1. 🙂 I’m also at a bit of an emotional stall on my priority projects. I’m not geared for working this long on the same thing, which is why I normally perform in a cyclical fashion with several projects. But then “deadlines” pop up and certain quilts need to remain in the spotlight far longer than I like. Love the quilts, just don’t love not having creative breaks from them! Your Top 4 are all absolutely wonderful quilts – and all huge projects in themselves, so I imagine you get that bogged-down feeling, too. You’re SO CLOSE on some of them, though!

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