Friday, March 14, 2014

Quilty Randomness

While cleaning out the fabric closet, I came across my bag of flannel scraps.  I don't often use flannel and I have decided I really don't need to save flannel in my stash.  So out it went....but not before I made this final baby quilt.  (Boy, do I have a hard time letting fabric go!)

I also finished up this cute quilt made from my Tangerine Dreams pattern that was published in Quilty magazine (Sept/Oct 2013).  I recently taught a class on the pattern and made this as another sample.

It is always fun to see what fabric and color choices other quilters use for my patterns.
It was a fun day of new friends and sewing!  If you are in the Eugene/Springfield area, I will be teaching this class again soon.  You can also see what else I am teaching by going to my classes page above.


Elita@Busy Needle Quilting said...

Oh, I think you need to come to Patchwork in the Peaks & demo something. Anything at all. And I'll take that bag of flannel scraps too. :-) btw, I love that blue version of TD. Sweet quilt!

Jayne said...

I think as quilters we all have a hard time letting go of those precious scraps! I admit, I tossed a bunch the other day and it felt good! Until I started a scrapy project and wished I hadn't done that!

Jessica said...

Wow, great work and such a cute baby quilt at that! :)

M-R Charbonneau said...

That is a great pattern, Cynthia! What a sweet flannel quilt too!

Paula@TheSassyQuilter said...

Beautiful quilts and what a great use of scraps! I love all the different ones from your class. I hate throwing away anything, but I don't mind sharing or donating so I do that when I can.

Fort Worth Fabric Studio said...

Lovely quilts Cynthia! I also have a pile of flannel that I need to use! Thanks for the inspiration!

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Schulz Family said...

visiting from fairy face designs. Love the photos, it really shows how you did the class.

Sarah @ FairyFace Designs said...

Love that Tangerine Dreams pattern, its great.

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