Monday, March 28, 2011

Design Wall Monday–3/28/11 and The Winner Is . . . . .

This has been on and off my design wall all weekend long.


My new Logo Quilt is about 30 inches square and the Robin is about 18 inches high.  The binding is just about finished then it’s time to put the Robin in the center.  I will be using fusible bias binding for the outline and I’m still puzzling on how I’m going to make the breast red.  Suggestions are definitely encouraged Flirt male.

I received 41 suggestions for naming my new quilt pattern.  Thank you  everyone.  There were so many great names is was hard to choose.  But after much thought, voting and discussions  we finally made a selection. 

The winner of the “Name the Quilt Contest” is . . . . . . . . . . . .

Lattice Patch

Congratulations to Geniene of Renny’s little things.  Geniene, please send me your mailing address and let me know which prize you would like.

Thank you everyone for your help and support.





P.S.  To see what others have on their design wall, head on over to Judy’s Patchwork Times


  1. Too cute!! You could use a fabric paint for the breast on the robin. I think it would blend well and you can control the hue.

  2. Your logo is so cute and cheerful. To make the breast red could you use a piece of wool and fray the edges? Jody of Ric Rac just did this on some little wool felt birdies she made.

  3. I like your choice for the name of the pattern.

  4. What a great name for the quilt! I love how the logo quilt is looking. Good luck with the red.

  5. Great pattern name! It fits the quilt!

  6. woohoo how cool!!!
    Thanks so much for the chance Robin
    Cheers Geniene

  7. You've made great progress on your little logo quilt! I've used colored pencils to add some color to some stitcheries and it works great. You can completely control how light or dark you want it. And when you're done, just set the color with a hot iron. :0)


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