Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Cherry Christmas - YUM!

 I had a fun afternoon in my "Happy Place" today. 
Cherry Christmas Piece of Cake 3 is an official flimsy.  This quilt is interesting because it only has top and bottom borders.  I hope to have backing fabric soon because I'm anxious to quilt it. 


Cherry Christmas fabric by Aneela Hoey for Moda
Piece of Cake 3 by Thimble Blossoms (Camille Roskelly)

 This is my bare-naked design wall.....ACK!!!  LOL 
Need to find a new project and soon.  :-)

Wishing you a very pieceful Thursday.

In Friendship!

14 comments:

Kathie said...

great design wall :) now you can start any project you want! nice quilt love the colors....your just moving right along
Kathie

shez said...

Darlene this quilt is lovely,well done.xx

Terry said...

An empty design wall? Gasp!! LOL

sunny said...

Horrors! An empty design wall. How about if I send you a project or three from my list/pile?

Cheryl said...

I am sure you will fill that wall soon. If not, I can send ages projects your way...teehee!

mindingmomma said...

a blank wall - oh my goodness, what's up your sleeve?

Lori said...

Congratulations on getting your top together. It is very lovely!

Sherri said...

I love Cherry Christmas...hope you find a new project soon!

Glenna @ Hollyhock Quilts said...

Love it! Scary when a design wall is empty, isn't it???

Bari Jo said...

What a great Christmas quilt! :O) I need to get back to my happy place! :O) I love that you have a fresh clean slate to start from ... I have too many UFOs hanging over my head that it feels bogged down... :o) must change that soon! :O) Hugs!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

A clean slate - now what shall we do?

Love the Cherry Christmas.

Linda in Calif. said...

Seeing Christmas stuff makes me want to panic - but honestly, this is so pretty it's worth it. Love the quilt.

Karin said...

Wow - what a fun top and you certainly did whip that one together quickly! I like the idea of just a top and bottom border. Empty design walls are kind of cool too because it's a good excuse to start a new project, but then again, when have we ever needed an excuse?

QuiltNut Creations said...

I just finished up a quilt on the weekend that also has only a top and bottom border. Still deciding if I need side borders; I just have no more fabric :p

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