This is my design wall with starts for 4 different quilts. I love the splash of color when I walk into my sewing studio/office. The large black and primary color blocks are from a Challenge Block of the Month campaign at Eons Quilters Passion Group, a great bunch of quilters from many various states in the US.
The houses are a pattern created by Freddy Moran, a improvisational quilter that thinks outside the box of traditional quiltmaking. The Crow's Free Blocks is for a quilt I designed on Electric Quilt. The 5 inch square colors are Charm Squares of Robert Kaufman Cotton Kona Solid. This is for a challenge being offered by Robert Kaufman Fabric.
The other various blocks on the design sheet are from a Calendar Block Swap, once again from the Quilters Passion members. Each block represents a month. Mine was for the month of August where I made a yellow flowered basket with a napkin and florescent green background. What a fun swap! I'm looking forward to finishing this quilt. But I have 3 other full size quilts to finish. I now fit the definition of having an addiction for quilts and a collector of UFOs!
Here are 3 more quilts waiting to have borders added, batting, sandwiched and quilted. I thought I would get these 3 quilts completed in 2011. I organized a Challenge UFO at Quilters Passion Group and here it is mid-October and not completed! Time to focus!