On my Design Wall

The quilt is bound (see last post). The block is mailed and the trees are now a table runner top. So new things on the design wall.
I'm calling the first one Morning thru Night Forest.  I'm going to put it aside til July when I do more Christmas sewing.  The block below it is that other medallion I made with units found in the scrap bag.  Must grow to 30 - 36" .  Depends if it's going to the NICU or the clinic.  We'll see.

I used .66 yards between the two projects above and about half of my ORL clue 3  which brings my YTD total to  74.59 yds destashed YTD.  Every little bit helps.  I haven't even started ORL clue 4 yet. But I have been getting acquainted with my new granddaughter. That takes precedence.  Welcome Grace Xinling   She's such a sweetie!

I'm linking to the usual Monday parties:  Oh, Scrap, Sunday StashDesign Wall Monday, and BOMs Awayand Monday Making.  Don't miss the lovelies there.

Comments

  1. Nice to see what you're working on! Grace is an absolute sweetie! Congratulations!

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  2. Beautiful Gracie! How fun! Enjoy CHRISTmas!

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  3. Congrats on the new granddaughter. She looks like a little sweetie.

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  4. Great progress for such a busy month. Well done. Grace is so beautiful. What a delightful time you will have getting to know her.

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  5. Pretty quilt tops. Granddaughter is adorable. Happy holiday wishes to you and your family.

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  6. She is so sweet and cute!! So glad to see you have your new little granddaughter here from China. So precious!!

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  7. Aw, what a cutie! Welcome, little Grace! :)

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  8. Grace has a beautiful smile! You really got those trees into shape fast!

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  9. Your granddaughter is so adorable with her terrific smile! I usually only work on Christmas quilts during December, but I'm wanting to do a Christmas in July this coming year, too.

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  10. Congratulations on such a sweety Angie they steal your heart and keep you young and happy, little arms around your neck make the world such a happy place. Cheers Glenda

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  11. Congratulations on you’d new granddaughter!

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