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Started by Sandy. Last reply by Sherri Eley Sep 26, 2016.
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Started by lea May 10, 2015.
pieced the last block and sewed the rows together the day before i broke my shoulder I'm anxious to get an inner border on and then come up with a pieced outer border i often leave borders off but would like this one just a little larger
That is very pretty Sherri.
Athough this is not a quilt it is from my scrap stash. or rather my rogue block bin, which is made up of scrappie blocks used in other projects. Thes blocks are stripped pieced for a Bonnie HUnter quilt and when I finished them realized I had not oriented the strips correctly. They should have been places diagonally on the paper square, So I have 60 of the blocks all in the wroing direction. Decide to stitch a few together to make a zippered tote. turned our fairly well, iti is my mock up. Want to come yp with a design I like that I will make up for gifting...
I am a long time member of "Quilting With Us" (QWU). I used to give virtual workshops here. Like many others, I have ventured out as QWU became more quiet.
We are getting the warning that QWU is at risk of being disabled. I fear this is a sign that QWU will one day be no more.
It has become like family here and the thought of losing the friendships we have developed has giving me a sad heart. Like many dark clouds, there is a silver lining. When I ventured out, I created a quilters social network, much like QWU. I never mentioned it, for it was a conflict of interest. However, in this dark hour, it is time to let others know there is an alternative. It does not have to end here.
I would be honored for QWU members to join "Pattern Pastiche". If needed, we are more than happy to create a group for your new home.
Your "Pattern Pastiche" code: QWU
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Diane, how nice to gift quilts to your family members when you’ve gotten together. Even better to use up scraps. You Tree everlasting quilt is very stunning.
I recently participated in a mystery Quilt project with another group on this site. I decided to do mine with all scraps or leftover pieces of yardage. The piano keys border took a little longer than I had planned with me trying to ensure pieces were large enough (sometimes piecing them to make them large enough). I was surprised to have this much red as I didn’t think I used that much red in quilts. I’m still trying to figure out when I used it all. The photo is before I pressed the quilt. It finished approx 67x80. Photo may be sideways.
Diane, thank you!! Your quilt is gorgeous!!! Perfect example of another way to do a sampler quilt.
Lynne I love the tree everlasting block! It's an all time favorite and have made it many times. Great way to use up those tiny scrap triangles! I did this one this winter
I keep forgetting to post here! I went to a family picnic in Ill. 2 weeks ago to bid farewell and safe travels to a niece and her family as they prepare to move to Florida. The last time we were all together I gifted quilts to all the ladies, this time I let all the guys (except my hubby and sons) choose. Didn't think about it at the time but it turned out they were all scrap quilts!
This was just a quickie little receiving blanket that I put together a few months ago. Backed in flannel. and made with pieced scrappy blocks
Thanks, Cat Lady and Janet!!! Love using HST's, but this size will be the smallest!!
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