Monday, February 27, 2012

Design Wall Monday - Orca Bay - Extra Stuff


DESIGN WALL MONDAY - ORCA BAY - 2/27/12
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We have some awesome stuff on our walls!
Well, THEY do - ME - not so much sometimes - ;))
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I just realized that -

I still need/want/have to tell you -

What I have planned for the Orca Bay "Extra" stuff -

A.  Orca Bay - Blue Extra A -
String blocks - 7 done -


Option 1 - Make 7 coasters - 3”x3”

Option 2 - Make 3 coasters and one 2x2 mug rug - 6” x 6”

Option 3 - Make two more for a 3x3 tablemat - 9” x 9”



B.  Orca Bay - Blue Extra B -
String blocks - 14 half done -


Option 1 - Finish them up and add them to the 7 blocks already done = 21 -
Make one coaster and one 4x5 tablemat - 12” x 15”

Option 2 - Make more and make an actual quilt - ;))


C.  Orca Bay - Red Extra -
String blocks - 51 need trimming


Option 1 - Make two mug rugs - 5" x 5" - and one 7x7 quilt - 35” x 35”

Option 2 - Make more and make an actual quilt - ;))


D.  Orca Bay Bones - Black/White Extra
47 Black/white blocks on wall -


Option 1 - Make one quilt - BOB’s WAY - ;))

Option 2 - Make two quilts - one black - one white


Option A4 - B3 - C3 and D3 -

Do nothing -

Doing nothing is ALWAYS an option - ;))

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I think I already know what I'm going to do -

But -

If you guys have any other ideas -

Please let me know -

Any and all suggestions are welcome - ;))



Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew -

6 comments:

  1. Well now! I just can't wait to see what your mind has been brewing. And I bet I'm going to like "BOB's" black/white quilt.

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  2. Oh my brain hurts just from thinking about all those options! The star blocks are too pretty to put away and do nothing with, but you know how I feel about string blocks... I don't have any suggestions you haven't already mentioned, but I do hope the star blocks turn into something and I'll be waiting to see what that might be!

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  3. I just found you, BOB, and have enjoyed your posts, so no, you're not talking to yourself. I'll be watching to see what you come up with all your options.

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  4. It will be fun to see where you go with the left overs. I am still bound and determined to finish mine. I am an official member of the slow poke quilters guild.

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  5. I'm just amazed at how many extra blocks and parts you have. Wow! Lots of extra work. I'd rather count then do extra work :-) Hope to hear what you have decided to do with it all.

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  6. Marcella - just so that you know - I DO count. And I certainly didn't INTEND to have so many extra parts. I played along with Bonnie's "Mystery" until I realized that it was just too BUSY for me - and decided to make a much smaller version. Had I made her full-sized quilt - I would have had NO extra parts - and actually would have had to make MORE geese and MORE wings. Talk about EXTRA work!! By the way - I've been checking your blog - http://peek.org/marcella/ - can't wait to see your Orca Bay quilt when you get it finished. You're still making the full-sized version, right? Hope you don't wind up with any extra pieces. ;))

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