Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Scrappy Wednesday


The Temecula Quilt Co "Summer Scraps" is now a flimsie!   I love the color and movement in this quilt.  It now joins the many others in that pile of 'to be quilted'.  Did it make a dent in the scraps?  Heck NO!  There were several 'old' pieces in the CW tote that did get used up finally.


Going another route - bright colors.  A guild member brought this little bag of corner cut offs and asked what she could do with them.  I offered some suggestions and was handed the bag - 'have fun' she said.  Our guild is having a Summer Challenge of finding something inspirational and designing our own piece using that inspiration.  Well bright bits of fabric that remind me of some of the flowers that were at the library quilt/flower  show is my inspiration.  I know I have all summer to make this, but hey - they were sitting on the table just begging.

I am home today and the weather is lovely.  I think some time walking the property to see what colors I can spy might be on the agenda as well.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

8 comments:

  1. Just a gorgeous T Quilt Co top--I love the little 9-patch borders hugs, Julierose

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  2. The cut offs, what a wonderful bag of goodies, I can see they will be bright and beautiful at the end of summer, put into a new quilt.

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  3. I'm sure you will come up with something amazing... xox

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  4. Your Temecula scrap quilt is absolutely gorgeous! I love the movement with all those small pieces. Can't wait to see what you make with those bright triangles.

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  5. I love the Temecula Quilt Co. quilt. It’s larger than I expected. I’ll be curious to see what you do with the cut-off corners. I have a bag of those myself.

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  6. I've long admired this pattern and you have made a beautiful job of it. And what is it with those scraps anyway? I thought that once you dug into them they were supposed to look like they had been used, at least a little bit!

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  7. The quilt looks fabulous. There is so much movement. I like the way the losenge blocks in the middle draw the movement of the Broken Dishes blocks toward the center.

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