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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Stained Glass Scrap Therapy

I finished this Scrap-Therapy  quilt top.  It started with the border fabric - found some background Kona cotton for the inner sashing and found the stripe by a happy accident.  The picture makes it look pinky red - but it's actually a chocolate brown.


 Made these two little Easter wall hangings (pattern from Material Possessions) for the guild's boutique.

And also another pillow which used up the last of the red and white scrap squares and half-squares triangles.  For the boutique.

My goal tomorrow, since I have the day off, is to make at least 8 baby bibs (also for the boutique) and start on my Loose Threads challenge, a quilt using the theme "Dog Days of Summer".  I have an idea and am hoping it will work.  We'll see.  I have until October to get it done.

I spent a few hours at Debbie's house today with Diane and had a quilt pinning party.  Debbie had some quilts that needed to be pinned and since her husband just had knee surgery he couldn't get the tables set up for her.  Also the guild's next years' opportunity quilt needed to be pinned so we did that one too.  They are entrusting me to do the quilting.  After Debbie's Diane and I went to Joannes where I picked up some cute fat quarters and pre-made binding for the bibs.   Then I came home and finished cleaning house so I can sew all day tomorrow with no interruptions.

Thanks for looking.

5 comments:

Quiltedtime said...

Your quilt absolutely sparkles. Love it!

sewmuchfun said...

Love it!

Quilt Crazy said...

This quilt is beautiful! And it was fun quilting!

Paula said...

Love the stained glass quilt. What fun it must have been. You are working so hard on the botique. Thanks you. Hugs,

Anonymous said...

The quilt is very cheery! I love it. Also the RWB pillow. Did you make it up? Great use of leftover pieces... Linda