Today, my design wall has a quilt that I started yesterday at the retreat. After I finished my first 2 projects, I pulled this one out and started making blocks. I designed this labyrinth several months ago and have been waiting for a chance to tackle it. Every block is different - the quilt has an entry, an exit, and a single path through the maze. I took the pattern, divided it up into 18" squares, and am putting them together a piece at a time. 3 rows out of 5 are done (there are more blocks finished, but my design wall isn't wide enough to hold the whole quilt. The little bits of white paper are the row/column numbers for each block, so I don't have to put together a jigsaw puzzle in the end :)
Having put it on the wall, I've already spotted one mistake, which I will take care of this morning. Then, I'm going to cut the strips for the rest of the quilt - because I'm starting to doubt my calculations and I'm a bit afraid of running out of fabric. If I figure that out soon enough, I can redesign the bottom of the quilt to fit the fabric I have.
Drop by Judy's blog to see what everyone has on their design walls today.