Monday, December 21, 2015

Scrappy Monday


This is my Temecula Quilt Company 'We Wish You a Mini Christmas'.  Totally done with scraps out of a gifted baggy of goodies, scrap batt, scrap backing, and left over binding.  I had made my little blocks 3.5" unfinished - skinny sashing/corner stones, and that too cute Santa scrap made for finished size of 10.5" x 20.5".


I finished up the mini applique' sampler, too.  Again, completely from scraps that someone would have tossed.  Applique techniques: reverse, needle turn, bias, two fuseable, and facing - all techniques demonstrated by our program committee at one of our Quilt Guild meetings.  Finished size: 12.5"x14.5"

So all of my December goals are finished - what to do?


Rather than start an all 'new' project, I have a few containers of play things.  A tupper ware container of 4-patches made with 2" squares (and that barrel is stuffed).  Pressed all these out while I considered what to do with them.


I remembered Bonnie Hunter's 'Dancing 9-Patch' , but rather than make more work by turning 4-patches into 9-patches - this is a project to use things up.  So I have a Dancing 4-Patch in the works.  The Kona Ash is left over from the Dog Gone Cute project and should be just enough for a cute scrappy baby quilt.

**Linking to:
Oh, Scrap
Patchwork Times
Monday Making

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

19 comments:

  1. Your Temecula quilt is beautiful red and white for the season.

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  2. Oh wow! Such great projects! Especially love your Santa quilt..excellent idea to add the santas to the top!

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  3. That Santa scrap adds so much ho your Temecula mini. I stalled on my blocks - too many gifts to finish. Love the dancing 4patches. It'll be another fantastic quilt!

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  4. I love both of your little quilts, the Santa one is so cute, lucky you to have that adorable Santa fabric in your scraps :). The applique is so different and modern, very nice.

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  5. I like the dancing four patch! It's a great use of scraps.

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  6. SHaring I was just thinking about playing with some charms in a nine patch today....I'll have to check out the dancing nine! :)Happy Monday!

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  7. I love your Christmas mini, Sharon. Those scrappy four patch blocks are going to make such a nice finish.

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  8. I copied the Temecula 12 Days measurements, but have been too busy to stitch them. I like your Dancing 4 patches too. Good job keeping the scraps contained.

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  9. Cute little quilts. You're so good with scraps.

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  10. So many great scrap quilts. Thanks for sharing them with Oh Scrap!

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  11. Love those blocks in 2 colors. Your final piece is wonderful. Love the addition of the Santas. Like your ideas for the 4 patches too.

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  12. The Merry Christmas sampler turned out beautifully! The plan for your 4 patches looks like fun. Have fun playing in your scraps.

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  13. Love love love the dancing four patch! Happy Holidays Sharon!!

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  14. 2 projects completed and looking so good. I too have a container that I throw any some pieces into to make into squares HSTs etc

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  15. Awesome Sharon , love your minis and your newest start , great idea for the 4 patch blocks . Merry Christmas .

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  16. I like a gal that isn't afraid to improvise. Dancing 4-Patches it is!

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  17. Aaaah, Sharon, your 'Mini Christmas' piece is just darling! I saved the instructions for that one -- now to find the time to put one together (for next year)!! :)

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  18. Merry Christmas, Sharon. Love your minis and the "dancing 4-patch". You're my role model for using up scraps.

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  19. Love your mini Temecula... I must make one!

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