Friday, October 16, 2020

Secret Sewing Finish

 As I was preparing for my book submission, I was also secretly sewing a number of quilts.  I have over 30 (!) projects either finished or in the works.  Now I can finally start sharing them with you.




I had a huge amount of black and white scraps.  I decided to get out my AccuQuilt fabric cutter and cut them up into 2.5" squares.  I then turned them into scrappy nine patches.



After looking through my scrap bins, I chose to go with primary colored blocks placing them in a diagonal layout.  I thought the colors would be great for a small child.




This quilt is one of the examples I used in my Well Suited pattern sheets.  My goal for the Scrap Mixology pattern sheets is to invite quilters to be creative with color and layout.  I give cutting/sewing instructions for simple blocks and then encourage the quilter to mix components and design their own quilt - all from their scraps.

I hope to release the second module next month.  So stay tuned!

A big thanks to all of you who have already purchased the first one :)







9 comments:

  1. Secret sewing is always tough, and I'm excited that you will be able to share all that hard work with us now.

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  2. I love how graphic this quilt is even though it is quite simple. Awesome job! ;^)

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  3. Gorgeous quilt, Cynthia! I am returning to quilting after a long hiatus. So much inspiration here!

    Michelle

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  4. That's a fun switch of the brights and the black and whites! Someone is going to love it!

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  5. You really had a ton of different black and white fabrics! They give this quilt so much depth and the primary color backgrounds are so lively. Fun, fun quilt! :)

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  6. I would love to buy your Scrap Mixology patterns but I do not use Paypal and do not wish to get an account. Is there another option I can pay using my credit card?

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  7. This quilt was a great way to showcase some YELLOW scraps for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, Cynthia!! Going primary really worked.

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  8. I love this quilt, it's such a great blend of colors. Happy stitching!

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