Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Scrappy Wednesday

 


The gifted Pin Wheels are now into the sashed flimsy and I am digging for a final border fabric.  I can get the first border on of the Kona Ivory in the mean time.


Our Monday sewing group decided it was time for a group challenge and we decided on an 'at home' relaxing Round Robin.  Each of us came up with a round and it went on a strip of paper and put into a tea cup to pull out the 'mystery' round when we are ready to move on.   I hope to eat up my Civil War fabric with this - so ready for some new, but the old has to be gone first.  I have half of my center done and hope to get this done today.


And if there is still time to play, I will pull the 1.5" barrel of scrappy squares and make a few more of these.

Hoping at some point the rain stops (or we get the boat out), so I can take some good photos outside.

Sewingly Yours,

Sharon 

 

6 comments:

  1. Your pinheads look wonderful, your Round Robin centre is beautiful, you are making good inroads with your scraps.

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  2. Lovely sashing on the pinwheels, shows them off just right,. and a Round Robin will be so interesting.

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  3. Looks like you are keeping busy. The pinwheels are looking good and I like the start of your round robin. I'm working on two baby quilts for H2H.
    Pat

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  4. You have ome lovely projects coming together.

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  5. The pinwheels look really sweet with the sashing and cornerstones.

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