The final 2015 design wall Monday is showing what's (not?) on my design wall - because it's in a bin, but the idea is that it's 'on the design wall', right?
The project is Allietare, the Quiltville mystery quilt. The only sewing I've done is to the strip sets so I could cut the sections for the 4-patch units.
These are the clue components, labeled as to the clue they were given in, except the black, which was in clue 4. Clue 5 has us sewing some of these units together, but I'm still trying to hold off until my friend Panda returns. There's a lot of cutting but she has one of those cutting appliances so may be able to do some with that. In fact, I didn't sew the parts to make block units in the previous clues either - just those strip sets. I don't know if there'll be more cutting to do in a future clue or if it'll be construction only from here on out.
While I'm waiting on my friend, at least for the next few days, I'm going to devote some time to re-acquainting myself with my 2-year-neglected genealogy work. I renewed my "database search company" for six months, and two months are already behind me with very little work done, so for it to not be a total waste of $$, I'm intentionally going to work on it for awhile.
And then, I want to get at least two of my prepped quilt tops quilted so they can be, dare I use the word?, decluttered out of my house and lovingly given to their respective recipients.
Linking at both Patchwork Times and Quiltville.