Where there's lots started... and even a few finishes!
Oh congratulations on a beautiful Carolina Chain quilt top. A true scrappy quilt and the blue floral for the fill in triangles is perfect.
What I like best about this, Linda, is the balance and the sense that all those scraps were always meant to be sitting together. Just lovely.
It's a real beauty you'r chain quilt!
So pretty and scrappy! I love how the chains tie everything together.
super fresh and pretty, love the photo of the quilt with the white iron chair, I painted my chairs and tables red!
No need for words - this one is just a delight for the eyes!Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!
I love it! I have this pattern on a Kaffe Fassett tote bag from QuiltMania, and I did put it on my priority list a few years ago, but I've never made on (yet). Thank you for linking up to the Peacock Party.
Lovely scrappy quilt. On my to do list also! Busy cutting blues into strips today. :-)
How beautiful it looks draped everywhere you have photographed it Linda. Just gorgeous !
Love this quilt and quite envious of the wonderful weather you have for taking such great photos.
Wonderful! The floral setting triangles are perfect for these happy, scrappy blocks.
Love this. I have a flimsy of this pattern done, but it's too small, so I put it away while I decide whether to border it (not sure how that would look) or make more blocks. Maybe I should try your on point solution and see how that looks.Pat
Love this, yours is so lovely with the smaller blocks and diverse range of fabrics.
Oooh, very nice! I really like the effect of adding the blue in the setting triangles! This ended up being very sweet looking.:)
It looks great. A lovely quilt top finish.
That is one beautiful quilt! Nicely done! Thank you for sharing.
I think scrappy refers to the overall appearance of the quilt....how you get there is your own "beeswax" lol! You've created yet another beautiful quilt! Always a pleasure to visit your blog!
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