So, this is what my wall looks like this week:
My last design wall "quilt" is now actually getting quilted (I hope to have a picture of the completed quilt in a few days), so the wall is free to lay out my Canadian quilt blocks.
I've mentioned before that Canada will be celebrating it's 150th anniversary this year, and there are a number of special quilting initiatives to mark this special occasion. Kat Tucker, from Next Step Quilt Designs has designed a quilt highlighting 150 influential born-in-Canada women. Each week, she releases 3 quilt block patterns, as well as a short bio of each woman. I got a late start on this project, but I'm finally caught up, and the blocks (so far) have found a place on my design wall. I may have to move them in a few weeks, as other urgent projects come up, but I'll share pictures as this quilt progresses.
Today's blocks have been posted, and they're really easy this week (thanks Kat!) - and here they are:
I'm SO in love with this project! One of my daughters has mentioned that she'd love a quilt like this too, so I may end up making a second one...
Linking up to Judy's Design Wall post.