Okay, so this is not technically on my design wall yet, but it's definitely on my mind. I want to make a California king sized pineapple quilt. I'm envisioning this in bright, cheerful colors, with lots of soft blues and greens to coordinate with the drapery panels that I've been
|18" Paper Pieced Pineapple Blocks! Pattern FREE from Fons & Porter, available here|
|Gorgeous Pineapple Quilt from Flickr via Pinterest, Maker Not Identified|
|Modern Pineapple? Think Again -- Mennonite, circa 1880-1900, Maker Unknown|
|18" Paper Piecing Pattern Fits Great Under the B 750 QE|
|Fontenay Vase in Porcelain, F. Schumacher|
Bernie reminded me that my current studio is not set up for working with long, multiple width drapery panels, and he said he'd rather pay my drapery workroom to make them than be forced to live with me while I'M making them. I had nothing to say to that because I know it's true. I loathe making drapery panels!
So I'll make a couple of throw pillows out of this lovely F. Schumacher Betwixt woven geometric fabric instead, and then I'll starting a new quilt (or three).
|Betwixt in Peacock/Seaglass, F. Schumacher|
Meanwhile, back on my ACTUAL design wall, the nine bear paw blocks are done and they are staring at me reproachfully:
|Bear Paw Blocks Finished, but Now What?|
I'm going to go ahead and link up with Design Wall Monday at Patchwork Times, because it's still Monday (barely!). I can't wait to see what everyone else is up to this week!