Monday, January 17, 2011

Since it's Design Wall Monday this is what's on my wall(doors) this week.  That's my "Yellow" quilt for January's Monochromatic Challenge.  I still need to sew the rows together and add border(s).
Remember when I showed the one large & two yellow & two dark squares?   Well... I cut  those squares to make the 'No Waste Flying Geese'.
It didn't take me long to realize I couldn't make the 'geese' with this method and have the darks fall the way I had planned in EQ.  So I discarded that design and went with only shades of yellow.  I'm glad I did.  I like this better anyway.  In fact...I think my new favorite color is Yellow!  It will certainly add a pleasant touch of sunshine in my dinning room.

The scrappy squares on the left will be the border for my Christmas quilt.  I've been using them as leader/enders while I was sewing the geese but now I can get serious about sewing them together.
So I think that's where I'm going now.... Have a good day and stop over to Judy L's Patchwork Times to check out what others have on their wall today.
  Thanks for stopping by....


  1. Love your Yellow Quilt -- I have had fun with this Mono Challenge and can't wait until next month.

  2. Looking good! I would have trouble with yellow, too, but you are really making yellow look fantastic!

  3. Looks great. I have had trouble using only one color because I am a scrappy quilt type. Your yellow geese look great.

  4. I really like what you did with your yellow challenge ! And to design it and make it so quickly ... you're my hero ! Great job :)

  5. I must say you make yellow look great!! You always hace such interesting projects going on!

  6. I love your yellow project, Linda. All the yellow together looks so bright and cheery!


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