Thursday, November 5, 2009

Sneak Peek

Here are three blocks from the Wonky Housing Project Quilt (which still needs a better name, by the way), and a view of the batik fabric I have selected to bind the quilt together. The batik reminds me of cobblestones, and its neutral tones give the quilt unity while subtly connecting the warm tones together.

The quilt is in three big pieces; two that are L-shaped, and one rectangle. The remaining seams are all of the sewing into corners variety, my least favorite. I'll finish the top after work on Thursday.

The quilt looks like it will be 66" wide by about 94" high.

I have a name.

My House is Your House.


jovaliquilts said...

Great name, just perfect for that quilt. And I like the baking fabric.

Dotty Jane said...

This has got to be the most fun quilt I've ever seen. I've loved the updates and the name is perfect. Can't wait to see it finished. Thanks for sharing it.


Tiki (& sometimes Kesey) said...

How about naming it Wonkyville?

Or Wonkytown? Kinda like Funkytown?

Wonky City, USA?


Lynda said...

The batik is a perfect filler, and the houses are looking great!

Kathy McC said...

So so cute and fun! How about calling it Sillyville.

Derby said...

mi casa, su casa?

Tiki (& sometimes Kesey) said...

Oops! Apparently I missed the name the first time I read this. Good name!