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Scrappy Quilt

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Scrappy Quilt I'd Like to Try

Holy cow, I like this one from Pinterest (Russian sewist). Do you save photos of quilts you'd like to try? This one would be great for reducing my scrap bin overflow. 95% of my scraps are 2.5" wide strips. Smaller strips I give to my friend Jerry, the rug guy. This Russian artist's quilt I like the variety of color and pattern, "fits me to a T". (Where did that expression come from, I'd like to know). The Light and dark cornerstones are deliberate--and that is something that peaks my interest. I especially like the skinny sashing, even though its medium to light value is almost LOST. Above, is one of my quilts. Simple, fun to make. Designing quilts on the fly . . . my design idea here was to join Four (10.5") scrappy strip blocks with a light color sashing and orange corner stone. I couldn't decided in the first place if I wanted orange corner stones or turquoise corner stones . . . . so I framed the quadrant block in a dark blue small paisley print accented with turquoise corner stones. Other Bits: A couple years ago I was waiting, waiting, waiting, for Anita Solomon Grossman to come out with her simple cuts technique for "her Wonky Star" block, but it never materialized online. I experimented on my own to build her wonky star block (trying to think it through like Anita would). That experiment resulted in 8 wonky star blocks sitting in my scrap bin, (4) red stars on a teal background and (4) teal stars on a red background. Having no better use for them, I threw them into this quilt for interest.

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Scraptastic {a finished quilt!} — Material Girl Quilts

If you recall, at the beginning of the month I shared my scrap vortex quilt top with you and said that I was planning to use more scraps on the back...well, here is the finished quilt! This is certainly the most colorful quilt that I've EVER made, and I LOVE IT!! Everything except the bindi

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A New Start to a RSC Quilt

For a couple of months now, I have been trying to land on a block design for my next Rainbow Scrap Challenge quilt. There were some types of fabric scraps I really wanted to focus on so I needed a block that had spaces for them. I wanted to clean out some scraps with multiple colors and low volumes that had a lot of color in them. I finally found a block that was going to work perfectly for what I wanted (thanks to Cathy and Diann). My blocks look very different than theirs because they are using all low volume prints and making theirs far more scrappy. I am using three fabrics on each block - the RSC color in the center, two low volume prints and two darker prints. In no time at all, I made ten 6.5" blocks out of my pink bin. I don't "love" them all. Some have better contrast than others but I am okay with that. In the end, I should be able to find a place for them all. It has been ages since I made such a small RSC block. And I laugh along with many of you, because I know this is large for some. It is going to be fun to see this block in more colors and see what layout will present itself. I love a new quilt start! ********************************************* It is now your turn to share what you are making with scraps. Here are the details for linking up: 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. If you are linking to a blog post, I ask that you link back to my blog somewhere in your post. So if you are writing about scraps, just get into the habit of including a link as there will be a linky party available every week! If you are using Instagram, please use the hashtag #ohscrap. This is a party so remember to socialize and comment on the posts of others. Following my blog is not necessary but it sure would be great if you do! You are invited to the Inlinkz link party! Click here to enter Follow Me on Bloglovin' Follow me thru Email Follow me on Feedly Linking Up: Love Laugh Quilt (Monday Making) Cooking Up Quilts (Main Crush Mondays) Em's ScrapBag (Moving it Forward) Freemotion by the River (Linky Tuesday)

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16 Best Crumb Quilts images in 2020 | Crumb quilt, Quilts, Scrappy quilts

I am definitely a scrap quilter and saver of scraps of all sizes... usually nothing less than an inch tho, thats pretty much my limit.... the colored

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Now that I've sewn my scraps sewn onto register tape and into a quilt... - Page 4

I took a roll of adding machine tape and sewed scraps on it. [ATTACH=CONFIG]409422[/ATTACH] another picture[ATTACH=CONFIG]409423[/ATTACH] Then I sewed

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King Sized Quilt: 1st Panel

It's either a king sized quilt or a queen sized bedspread. You can call it what you like! Here's the 1st of 3 panels. Whole lotta scraps going on there! Have a Creative Day, Y'All!

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Staircase Block for October

This simple Staircase block will make a stunning finished quilt. Scroll down to see how the blocks will look when several are combined. Fabric Recipe: Use florals, dots, paisleys, etc. in multi colors (as shown below). Choose one dark-ish and one light-ish print. (Some low contrast blocks will be nice too.) Directions: 1. Cut two strips, 3 inches wide. Sew them together lengthwise. Press. 2. Cut 5.5" lengths, as shown in the photo below. Arrange the blocks as shown in the next photo. Sew. Press. That's it! You may want to bring your scraps so the winner of the blocks will have some matching fabrics for a possible border.

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I May Have A Scrap Problem... More Long Time Gone Blocks!

Hi, all! Are you having fun with your scraps this week? I know I am! Here's the latest blocks for my Long Time Gone quilt... These log cabin blocks were fun and I worked them up in about an hour, pulling fabrics from the top of the string basket again. Today I also pulled some scraps to remake this block.... ...because when I put it with the other blocks I've made, it seems dull and muddy. I've pulled some pretty Kate Spain prints for the second go and I think it will be much better. This one will find a home in another quilt! And now, since I have strings on the brain these days, here's some great inspiration I've found in the last few weeks... You can find the original info for all of these quilts by clicking on them on my Pinterest page, Oh Scrap! What have you been doing with your scraps this week? Feel free to link up below and share!! Hugs! Sarah

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