I have one block of each quilt on a 'design poster' but unfortunately I took it to the church yesterday without taking a picture. These are going to be the best quilts ever.
It's the time of year when I figure out what our congregation's quilt donation will be. The last 2 years we have made log cabin blocks using my scraps. See one here. We also did a heartstrings and a disappearing 9-patch. This year Lisa said, 'Lets do something different.' This is what we decided on:
I was inspired by a quilt in Kaffe Fassett's book.(I do not have the book, but it is pretty simple. I looked up golden rectangle and made it those proportions.) So we will see if it looks good in my calico and assorted old scraps. I've done 1 block and it looks fabulous. Each triangle will have a color theme.
This next one I've labeled 'Funky Squares' and it is a direct copy of one I saw on this blog.
This is the best I could do to depict the Mile-a-Minute quilt I have in my head. I'm going to try to get each column to be like the one on the left; rainbowish. We needed something that would use small scraps.
I have enough green log cabin blocks left over from last year (I ran out of time before I ran out of blocks.) We also have some purple heart strings started from last year. Is this the year we actually use up one of my bins of scraps?
Check out Judy's design wall.