Thursday, February 26, 2015
What's On My Wall
Some of my peeps on FB have begun a "Show Us Your Wall!" movement. I've enjoyed seeing what they have shared, and decided to take a turn. My Wall is unusual. As you can see, there appear to be three sections. Actually, if opened out all the way flat, there would be four. My husband designed and built my wall so that it has two main sections and two side sections. The hinges work, and I can close the whole thing up (but why would I want to do that).
Here's the main section. Starting on the left, we have my current leader-ender project and the picture that inspired it. Moving down a bit is the template the the fox's spectacles and a baggie that holds some yellow and white HSTs that I can't remember what I was going to do with! In the approximate center are the first four blocks of my current project, and below them is the first of two blocks for Stephanie who is Queen Bee soon. On the right are a photo of a project I am contemplating, a hunk of the fabric I used for labels for Aberdeen's clothing, a single Birthday Part Block and the drawing for it. Finally, we have my first PP block to remind me that I can do this!
Moving on to the messy left inside panel, on the left we have instructions for an infinity scarf, instructions on fusible bonding, a couple of designs, four strips of gray fabric for no good reason. In the center are some CW blocks I made for a quilt-along that Lori started and I got distracted, a nice MOO that someone pieced for me, a few small CW HSTs, a batik star that Turbo made, an extra piece of lattice from recent baby quilts. Down low we have a yellow and white blocks that I thought I was going to make a bunch of but was disenchanted after the first one, and a sketch of shimmering triangles from a photo.
The reverse side of that door meets up with my cutting table. At the top is a baggie with some floss, and coming down are all manner of odds and ends including the Mazed pattern which I never can find when I'm wanting it. There's Carolyn Friedlander's Outhouses pattern that I cannot imagine why I purchased but I haven't given up on it yet over there on the right. At the bottom is a baggie where I put small scraps that I give to Turbo.
So, that's what's on my wall. What's on yours?
Posted by Nancy, Near Philadelphia on Thursday, February 26, 2015