Quilt With Us

Our new challenge starts today! Those of you who want to make Boxy Stars and those wanting to make Playing with Jacks can both do so. Anyone who would like to make a different Bonnie Hunter quilt can do so as well.

1. Start date Jan. 15, 2012

2. End date Mar. 15, 2012

3. Use lots of different fabrics! (we're trying to use up scraps)

4. Post pictures in this thread of your progress

5. Good luck, go, get started!

Please post any other scrap quilt pictures in the Scrap Creations thread.

Views: 2032

Replies to This Discussion

Oooo nice! Thanks for posting the pictures. I like the scrappy border idea as well.

I love the soft colors in your blocks.

I love Piano key border on scrappy quilts, what will you use? Your colors are very nice together.

Funny how a change in the layout makes such a difference.

I firstly placed them all down with same colourways on each block,nice.

then I rotated some and jumbled the colourways,nicer.

Leaving it out on the conservatory floor till morning and will make final decision on placement then.Thanks for your comments.

  Wow that was fast! Love the colors -so bright and spring like!!

My blocks are finished, now I need to let it simmer until I'm certain they are in the right place.

very nice pam!! boy you're fast! i just started pressing scraps yesterday. lol!!!

Since my scraps are pre-cut and sorted, I was able to skip that step.

i really should do that, but i kinda like digging through the bin and uncovering lost treasures. lol!!!

Pam they look great! I know what you mean about letting it simmer I do the same thing.

Great job Pam! Love the colors!

good grief....that was very fast!....looks awesome and I can't wait to get mine done.  I chose this pattern too after all....great job!

RSS

Country Fair

New & Exclusive! Country Fair Collection just $6.96/yard Shop now »

Chambray Tonals

New & Exclusive! Chambray Tonals just $6.96/yard. Shop now »

© 2020   Created by CT Admin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service