Design Wall Monday 10/15/12

Up on my wall is another Vet lap quilt.  This will be my fifth and last one for this year.  I've also put together another baby rag quilt for St. Anne's.  Since we don't use batting between the two layers of flannel, it isn't very heavy.  All I have to do is sew an 'X' on the pairs, assemble the rows and send onto the next member to clip it. I may post a photo tomorrow if I get it to the next stage. 

Has any one seen star shaped sequins?  I'd like to use them on my forget me not flowers if there is such a thing.

What's on your design wall?  I'm heading over to Judy's Patchwork Times and Lyn's BOMs Away to see what people are posting.  I always like to see what other quilters are up to. Such eye candy!  And speaking of eye candy, you still have time to link yours at my Applique Thursday post (see 10/11 post) to participate in the book giveaway.

Comments

Mommarock said…
I was thinking last night, that I need to make a quilt for my son who is in the Navy. All this while I could not sleep. This is fantastic!! It is sure to be loved. Perhaps I can finish a quilt quickly before he comes home for Christmas??
I really like that look Angie! Good fabric choices.
AnnieO said…
Very nice, Angie! How great that you get to pass this on to someone else for the tedious clipping job :)
Some Vet will love that quilt! I haven't seen pear shaped sequins but I have seen flower ones like the old hippy flowers of the 1960s.
Sue Daurio said…
Great quilt, wonderful fabrics. I just quilted 2 for QOV. How nice that you don't have do the clipping on the St Anne's quilt. Nope I've never seen star sequins but did a quick google search and found this: http://bergerbeads.net/smallsequinstar-cup-100pcs.aspx they also have flat ones. Who knew star shaped sequins, well Google of course knew :)
Denise :) said…
Oh what a lovely gift this will make for a veteran -- very nicely done! :)