When I updated my list of projects for the month of September, I was shocked to realize how many scrap quits I completed. So how is it I still have a full bin of scraps!
I know all quilters laugh and joke that scraps multiply when you are not looking but I am thinking there just might be something to it.
As I was going through pictures, I did notice I had failed to share this scrap finish with you. (You can read more about this quilt here and here.)
I finally finished up the quilting and snapped a quick picture between the torrential rain we are having here in the northwest.
Boy has it rained! Thanks goodness for rubber boots!
The fun surprise is the quilting.
Yes, that's the real puzzle! ( hee hee )
I used the squares in the quilt top piecing to quilt the appearance of puzzle pieces. (On this quilt, each puzzle piece is about 4" square.)
It is very simple to do as it is just line quilting with alternating bumps and dips.
Using my longarm, I just did grid quilting so it was continuous and did not require turning the quilt on the frame. The only thing that stopped me was having to replace the bobbin!
Now onto the next scrap quilt!