Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Let's Book It - Oct 2015


This was my project for the month of October - a print out saved so long ago.  It is really hard to photo, but here is the Free download for this pattern.  


These were little blocks and used a few of my small bits and pieces up.


I made less blocks for a smaller piece.  The paisley border was a cut off from another project and the binding was left over from those big quilts.  Even the batt was pieced cut-off and the back trimming from a quilt back.  

I put corner hang tabs on the back, but this could also be used as a table topper.  Finished size:  15" square

This months pin and charm

  




14 comments:

  1. Cute, the pieces with the long triangles really adds something to it. I'm still amazed at such little pieces and paper piecing, I was worried about your sanity, LOL.

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  2. Oh wow, what a great scrappy quilt! Thanks for sharing, I want to make one!

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  3. Hi Sharon,oh this one is so cute and those pieces must be fairly small if the quilt is only 15" ,well done my friend xx

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  4. Super scraps emerge as adorable small quilt! You just have that eye for putting those crazy tiny pieces together. Love what you created!

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  5. OMGosh, 15" sq. that is little blocks! That block always makes a lovely scrappy. Nice choice, and just your style. (g)

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  6. This is sooooo cute. Only 15" square! I think you should hang it on the wall.
    I finished up last months Let's Book It project, Yah! Working on this month's project now. I'll write a post about it tomorrow or Saturday.

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  7. The doxie quilt is so cute......I love that she made it reversible!

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  8. So much beauty in that small block...love it!

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  9. That is a great little scrappy quilt! Congratulations on getting finished!

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  10. Love the colors on your hexie charm - I don't have that one yet...yet is the operative term :) I haven't done paper piecing in eons but I really like the curved effect achieved by your pattern thanks to the 2 fabrics used in the penultimate pieces on the corners. Fantastic!

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  11. Very cool. I really like the secondary patterns those blocks create. Beautifully done!

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  12. Oh! Those *are* tiny strings blocks. It's such a pretty mini quilt. (hey, I have something for you, but I've misplaced the envelope I was saving with your address on it - can I get your snail mail addy from you in email?)

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