Sunday, December 19, 2021

Oh Scrap! : Back on Track

 First of all, sorry I missed the link up last week.  It was a first in the nine years I have been hosting this weekly event.  I totally lost track of time and before I knew it, Sunday was half over.  So, feel free to link up your older post if you like.



I have been busy sewing these scrappy bits together.



Originally my plan was to sew them in horizontal strips like this.

I really do like how this looks...




But as I continued to work on them, the thought of matching all those points was very unappealing to me.  So, I decided to sew them up into groups of four and rotate them.  This will be so much easier to assemble!  I am pretty sure this quilt will just get donated so why make it harder than it needs to be.




I also finished up two low volume improv placemats in red.  I just need to find some backings, quilt them up and trim them to size. Then I can slowly work on attaching all the bindings.   I think I have enough bits to make one more in red then I will be moving onto some with blue.

I have a couple sew days with friends scheduled soon so I look forward to making a lot of progress on both of these projects.

So many scraps....


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  • This linky party is for any scrappy project - It can be in-process or a finished piece.
  • You can link up your blog post (not your homepage please) or Instagram photo from the past week that features your use of scraps.
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16 comments:

  1. The indigo strip arranged in squares add a lot of good framing power. Your placemats are so cute with all that variety!!!

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  2. I loved your original plan for the indigo and yellow/orange blocks in horizontal rows, but totally understand how slow it would be to join them together. Who needs that! The rotating blocks give the piece great movement.

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  3. I agree with Julie's comment. There are too many quilts to be designed and made to spend a bunch of time matching intersections! Sew on!

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  4. This will be a pretty quilt and will warm someone in need.

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  5. I really like your unique layout for those lozenges.

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  6. No post from me this week because my kids have been here, but I love seeing what you've been working on! The blue strips with orange corners look great in that layout. Fun new placemats, too. Have a great Sunday!

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  7. First time in nine years??? That is quite a good record in my opinion. Love the low volume bits. Very pretty!

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  8. Amazing how those blocks look in different layouts. I can see why you'd prefer the second to avoid all the point matching. I'm going to be watching your placemats closely. I enjoyed making a few this year and just might decide to continue that habit with RSC colors next year. Our Meals on Wheels program collects them.

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  9. I love putting blocks together into manageable groups. My work space is very tiny so any time I can do that, I do. I think these look wonderful. I have an idea for low volume placemats like that that I thought I would applique a flower in the corner or something. Do you think that would work?

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  10. I have never wanted prairie points on a quilt as much as I want it for this quilt. I think it would be an absolutely smashing border treatment.

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  11. No worries, Cynthia! You are entitled to a day off every once in a blue mon. :P

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  12. I love your scrappy works. You inspire me a lot. Thank you.

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  13. Missed you last week -- glad it was just a slip and that you're okay. I like the rick-rack effect of the revised version of your black-and-bright blocks.

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  14. Oh well, after so many years, a day off is well deserved! Love the low volume bits.

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  15. I love the rotated version, sometimes we need to simplify so we can get on to the next project :)

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