Here's what my design wall looks like today, with stacks of parts pinned to it:
I spent some time last week unsewing. I also made the little red units. Because I didn't have any more of the dot fabric for the center of the Churn Dash, I had to use some of the sashing strips and construct those 1/4 Churn Dash units individually. I still have several CD blocks to cut apart and some more that haven't been unsewn yet.
Hopefully this week I can get them laid out in a pleasing arrangement on the wall and get them resewn into a new top.
In other news, my elderly neighbor is moving into a nursing home tomorrow. I'm giving her this quilt.
Trellis, 62" x 74"
I made this top a long time ago, before I ever got EQ5. Remember when hinged mirrors first came into vogue for designing? I designed 1/4 of this quilt on graph paper with colored pencils and then used hinged mirrors to determine the complete design. It's actually just Nine Patch and Kaleidoscope blocks. That was back in the late '90's or very early 2000's I think. I didn't have the skills to machine quilt it at the time, so it remained a UFO until 2006. Since then it's been hanging in the closet. Now it's time to go with Dot to a new home.
Linking up today with Judy at Patchwork Times. Check out all the inspiration on everyone else's design walls over there.