what’s on the (design) wall?

Since my actual design wall is covered with mini Liberty cross blocks I’ve started using the wall behind my sewing table as a makeshift design wall. I don’t know what kind of tape this is, but luckily it’s not doing any damage to the walls (which makes the person who’d have to repaint it if they damaged it (me!) happy!) And just look how bright and happy this wall is now!

In progress –

*bright and bold blocks to feature Laurie Wisbrun’s fabulously fun new Llama fabric (available in her shop)

*a great Lotta Jansdotter calendar given to me by Phiona (not a work in progress, obviously. It was there before the blocks started taking over the wall!)

*a couple improv blocks that ended up not working for me

*and more improv blocks in the style of Denyse Schmidt which will be the start of my quilt for the Traveling Quilts group. I’m calling it Manly Improv with a Pop of Pink.

So what’s on your (design) wall?

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