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July 26, 2020
Oh Scrap! : Selvage Progess from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

I found another scrappy project that needed some blue blocks made July.

I am still working on sewing up all of my saved selvages.  This last week, I worked on completing the teal/turquoise and blue strips.

I decided to put them all up on the wall.  I still have to trim them to length, finish the two purple strips and then add the background fabric.  I am so close to a finish on this one.

...and done with saving selvages in the future!

What scrappy goodness have you been working on!

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July 21, 2020
A Mini Quilt Show from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

It has been a while since I have shared some of the photos others have sent me of quilts made form my patterns.  I love to see what people make and thought you might like to see them too.

This sweet quilt was made using my Summertime Blossoms pattern.  It was made from one of the students in a class I did last year.  I love the soft colors in it.

Wiggle Time quilts are always a favorite.  Five fat quarters and some background fabric and in no time you have a quilt top.  The variations are truly endless!

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November 1, 2019
Color Block Rainbow Scrap Challenge Finish from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

Sometimes the simplest scrap quilts become a favorite of mine!

I finished up my Rainbow Scrap Challenge color block quilt this week.  Isn't it pretty?!

The blocks are simply made with 2.5" squares grouped by color.  All from the scrap bin!

With such an explosion of color in the blocks, I thought it needed a hot pink binding.
For the quilting, I simply used a serpentine stitch in a dusty plum color along all the seams.

I wanted to keep this one gender neutral but I just couldn't pass up this fabric for the backing.  It had ...

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