Wednesday, August 28, 2019
I am really drawn to this project. Scrappy goodness and I (lately) love working with white. I have gleened all the useable whites from my 'Kitty' bag, but most of the block components are done. So anything more will come from my shelf supply.
I didn't give credit to this pattern in the prior post and some asked for the source. This pattern - GARDEN PATHWAYS - was the feature quilt on the cover of "Quilt Sampler" Spring-Summer 2018 issue.
A lot of white used up! The boxed squares are all done (all 68 of them). And I am ready for some real color play.
Remember, I am trying to make this quilt from the most recent gifted bags of scraps. I have just these two bags left to process down into my scrap system. I have a lot of color strattas to make and then subcut into the next block units for this GARDEN quilt.
While playing with colorful strattas, I have two small pieces to finish bindings on. I will mix some handwork with some power machine stitching - a good day.
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Ooh that new pattern looks really pretty, Sharon...And I do love those little boxed squares...nice projects hugs, Julierose
That's a great scrap buster. I love those kind of projects!
The squares look great, and with so many colours in the scraps, this will be lovely and bright.
Love your scrappy projects.
They are the best
Very nice pattern, you are inspiring the way you use all the scraps.
Yes that Garden Pathways quilt is definitely a scrappy one to be drawn to. I would be too.
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