Sunday, 21 August 2011

Rebuilding the Wall...

Remember a few months ago when I was using my design wall each week to keep me focused on certain projects for the week...yeah, that fell into disfavour rather quickly didn't it...well, it's time to rebuild the wall...so I've pinned up what I'd like to make some progress on this week in the hope that I'll stop fluffing about...
So right to left and top to bottom...
*Bumb'le Bee - yes it is still there and yes up until today it hadn't progressed any except to unpick the misaligned hexies.  I have started to stitch on outer sashing hexies today so that is a tick to start with :)...
* a mini pochette made over the weekend inbetween working on my TAFE assignment - what can I say, I needed a distraction to reset my brain and I'd started the cutting out so I figure it wasn't really a new project - requires binding...
* the 119 hexies I cut out Friday night ready for basting...
* Sherbet Pips quilt top...pieced border, the pieces of which are sitting on the cutting table ready to be assembled into the next stage of units...
* Gail Pan project from Inspired Stitches...OK so this was started last night...the makings have been sitting on the cutting table yelling at me since returning from Inspired Stitches and I didn't have a stitchery/embroidery on the go and sometimes that is just what a girl needs...

Let's see how far I get this week...I don't hold out high hopes really...and I have to finish that TAFE assignment...

Hope your week is productive...

Happy Stitching...

5 comments:

Fiona said...

All looks so lovely.... it's great having them up on the design wall like that. Phew 119 hexies... that sounds exhausting....
Hugz

shez said...

you can do it Annette i have faith in you and what lovely projects,enjoy

Kerry said...

What better use of a design wall, than to see all your lovely projects up there. Love the Sherbert Pips quilt, good going with Bumble bee.

Mistea said...

Looks like lots of fun things to play with there to keep you interested. Hope you have time to work on some of the, (oh and finish up that assignment).
Enjoy the Hexies.

Grethe said...

Fun playing like that! My wall is just very small,I am still planning a biiiig one.
119 hexagons,the boxes looks interresting,
Annette,great to see:-)