Sunday, February 26, 2017

Oh Scrap! : More Blocks for Sampler

I was able to spend a bit of time yesterday sewing up a few more blocks for my Splendid Sampler quilt.  At this point, I have sewn almost all of the true Splendid Sampler blocks I want to make and have gone rogue for the final ones I need to complete my layout.




Here are the seven blocks I finished.  I think I need a total of ten more to reach a total of 68 blocks.





I am still left with a giant laundry basket of Kaffe Fassett scraps however.  I haven't decided yet what to do with them.  Maybe another sampler quilt is in my future!



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15 comments:

  1. I love the bright reds in all those blocks! Do you have a plan for how you're going to set your Sampler blocks?

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  2. That is a lot of blocks! I'm anxious to see where you will take this quilt! Ten more to go...I bet you'll have them finished this morning!

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  3. I love all the color! You can never go wrong with KF fabrics!
    Samplers sure do leave a lot of scraps, though, don't they? Have fun using them up!

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  4. Kaffe scraps are the best scraps!
    I'm in love with all your bright colorful blocks! Looking forward to the quilt!

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  5. Let's hear it for going rogue! Some of those blocks were just a little too much for a 6-inch block. Good luck finishing up!

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  6. That bucket of scraps looks luscious! Really looking forward to seeing the sampler.

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  7. So gorgeous blocks.Looking forward your quilt.

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  8. Hi Cynthia! So beautiful blocks and you still have so much precious Kaffe scraps! x Teje

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  9. Is this all your scraps or just your Kaffe scraps? Are they all in laundry baskets or just the set you're working with. I can see this gives you a wide opening to pull from.
    Mine are in a clear zippered pouch that one of our bed pillows came in. Being able to see in on all sides is a plus but having them all mixed together is a minus. Still I don't currently have room to divide them by color into shoeboxes.
    You sampler is fun. Love the fussy cutting results.

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  10. "Going rogue," I love that! Hee hee!

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  11. drop dead gorgeous blocks....kaffe fabrics are always double wow...and lots more scraps? lucky you!

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  12. You'll use a lot of the scraps making another ten blocks. Then make a scrappy piano key Border, and there you go!

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  13. I love the wonderful fabrics in these blocks, beautifully rich!

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  14. I love your colorful blocks! It will be so much fun to see your finished quilt! Glad I found you on Cooking Up Quilts! Thank you for sharing!

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  15. What fun blocks. I look forward to seeing your rogue blocks too. Maybe your scraps are multiplying at night.

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