Piecing the Garden Wall

I love gardening and this name of this quilt just makes me smile.  I am working on my own garden wall quilt but am at a stand still waiting for my fabric order so I can sash the blocks (and complete the very last block which I cut the background fabric too short!  A photo of my progress is at the bottom of the post.

But first I would like to highlight the progress made by students in this one day class I taught at Pinwheels and Posies a couple of Saturdays ago.

One of the light and one of the darks from Kim
One of the light and one of the darks from Kim
Mm, mm, mmmmmmm
Mm, mm, mmmmmmm
Scrumtious
Scrumtious
Lovely
Lovely
Oh so pretty!
Oh so pretty!
Linda was already working on her quilt prior to class, in each stack there are 6 blocks.  She is making 2 or 3 of these quilts - they are quite addicting
Linda was already working on her quilt prior to class, in each stack there are 6 blocks. She is making 2 or 3 of these quilts – they are quite addicting
I am using an ombre fabric for my background - I think a nice name for this quilt will be Midnight in the Garden or perhaps Moonlit Garden - do you have a suggestion for a name?
I am using an ombre fabric for my background – I think a nice name for this quilt will be Midnight in the Garden or perhaps Moonlit Garden – do you have a suggestion for a name?

And look at this great idea from Laresa

Laresa had a great tip to share with your group.  And I love her beautiful smile!
Laresa had a great tip to share with your group. And I love her beautiful smile!

And then just because……

Nothing to do with quilting - but these little red birds love to sing outside my quilt room windows - they are very camera shy though!
Nothing to do with quilting – but these little red birds love to sing outside my quilt room windows – they are very camera shy though!

Which garden will you be working in today?  I hope it makes you smile!

Dee