My design wall doesn't reflect all the work I did this week. That's because my son's quilt is almost done, and hence no longer hanging on the wall. The strip you see on the right side of the picture is one strip of the piano key border for his quilt. And here's the quilt, before it was trimmed for the borders. The picture is sideways - sorry about that.
The other two blocks on the design wall are from a few years ago. I was cleaning up my scraps buckets (3 bins into which I randomly toss all pieces of fabric, from yardage down to tiny strips). As I cleaned up up, I came across these. I took a celtic quilting class way back - that's the blue square. At the time, I had a grand plan - to make a number of these blocks and turn them into a large quilt. I made the blue & red pictured here, plus a yellow one. And then I ran out of steam when I realized that they would never go together into a quilt like I was imagining, with the colour choices I had made.
So, they are all going to become quilties for the children's hospital. Yellow is ready for quilting (and thus not on the wall when this picture was taken). Now I just have to figure out a setting for these 2.
Update: by "toss", I mean that I put all the unusable bits into a cat pillow, as described in my post a couple of days ago
Check out Judy's blog to see what other quilters have on their design walls this week.