Monday, August 12, 2013

Design Wall Monday

My design wall this week has held the Tessellating Ts project I started in July at quilt camp.  

I decided to not do any shuffling around with the placements and delved right in to sew the rows together.  

Completion of the piecing and rows of Tessellating Ts.  It still requires borders, but they will wait until another time.  Flame was checking to make sure all my seams matched up.

These are the bonus half-square triangle sets that were gleaned from the Ts project.  When trimmed, these will make 1 3/4" squares.  I've already pressed them open and begun the trimming process.  I've not yet decided what I'll do with them all, but eventually, it will be something.

Here I have the T quilt folded and packed up to await borders.  I also bundled the remaining pieces I'd cut into full row sets, grouping them together in the needed light/dark sets, banded & marked them, and though not in the photo, added a sheet notating how many I have, and how many I still need to cut for a second T quilt.  This project has been well-liked on my 'real me' social media page among friends and family.  I have not posted it yet to my blogger i.d. social media page.
There's a whole lot of activity from the week shown over on Judy's Patchwork Times where some very busy bees have already posted their projects, so don't forget to check them out.

I've already started my next project, but haven't taken any photos yet.  I'm really feeling a bit out of sorts with not being able to use my craft room yet.  There's been no further progress as Marty's waiting on hearing back from others who might be able to remedy his attempt at the knockdown texturing of the ceiling which didn't turn out as well as we'd hoped.  With his lay off this past week, I've suggested we even leave it as is until, and if, such time as we need/decide to sell because we still have three other rooms and a few closets with the old ceiling crud that also needs to be removed and sprayed with new knockdown and all of that is easier when there's little to nothing in the rooms and right now, we're wondering if a clutter intervention could be in our future because the other rooms are a mess.  OK, that IS a bit of an exaggeration, but there's a lot to be decluttered to really make things look good.  Well, enough of that, head over to Judy's and check out the links.


  1. Lee, how fun this is!!! And besides, I just like saying Tessellating T's!! Can't wait to see what the next project is ... you've got it going on!! :)

  2. beautiful quilt but can't imagine how you worked on it without getting dizzy.


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