Monday, September 27, 2010

Design Wall Monday-9/27

I have a few almost finished items to share. I've missed DWM for a couple of weeks!
I finished my Wonky Town quilt. I think I have a handle on how to do free-pieced letters. They were time intensive, but fun and they look pretty good! I also got a few free-pieced trees in there. This quilt was fun and is OOAK (one of a kind)!



I have 2 of the 4 word borders done on Cupcakes as well. I think this will be a very cute quilt!



Here's the little bag I knitted while we were on vacation. I plan to line it with the fabric sitting there beside it. I tried to felt it, but the yarn I used doesn't felt. Too little wool and too much acrylic fibers guess.




Hope your week goes well and we all get lots done!
God bless
Mary

8 comments:

Chris said...

Those cupcakes are too yummy!

June Dodge said...

Very cute wonky town! Thanks for sharing! June (BlockLotto)

Michele Bilyeu said...

They are all just wonderful, Mary! I love everything. And you are so right about free-pieced letters. Freedom isn't always free. They take a lot of time and a lot of fabric. But there is a great sense of accomplishment when even doing a few! I think you have to be naturally talented at them in order for them to be liberating in any sense of the word;)

Quilter Kathy said...

Love that wonky town!

Mary K said...

Your quilts are so cute. I love the knitting. I never could get in to it. That is why I admire it so much.

Helen in the UK said...

LOVE the wonky town - such wonderful houses and the wonky words are the perfect touch! The cupcakes are great too - the fabrics you chose for the frostings give the perfect look :)

sophie said...

I *had* to share your Wonky-Town quilt on the Block Lotto group blog --it's fabulous1

julieQ said...

I just love those wonky houses!!! Wonderful quilts!