Monday, 8 February 2021

scrapbusting 2021























My scrappy 'many trips around the world' quilt top is all together. I've added 1/2 blocks on the top & bottom rows to keep things symmetrical. However, getting them all orientated the right way around was a tad tricky! Let's just say, the quick-un-pick was put to good use today!
Having made two other larger TAW quilts before, I'm happy with this nice throw size. I really just wanted an excuse to "shop my stash" and play sew! 
Hm-m-m-m- {wink wink} the scrap baskets are still very full though! 

Linking up with Cyndy for 'oh scrap' here.  
Off now to tidy up the sewing room, Linda




13 comments:

  1. Very pretty finish--I like the softer colors in this one...
    hugs, Julierose

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  2. I need to make a quilt for a bay girl (actually, she's a toddler now) and this gives me an idea for one. Yours has a nice, soft, feminine look.
    Pat

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  3. Lovely photography with the quilt in the mirror. This turned out very nice and it looks like it was all fun fun fun.

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  4. The turquoise is beautiful and 'ties' the colors together perfect.
    Great piecing and finish.

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  5. The mirrored reflection is lovely, as is the quilt itself. Congrats on using what's at hand.

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  6. I like the turquoise/green effect. It shows up well in this light quilt.

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  7. Very pretty, a real faded summer looking quilt. Do our scrap bins actually ever get any lower?

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  8. So pretty, has a lovely vintage look to it, almost makes me want to start another quilt, but I will resist.

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  9. What a pretty top, I mean really gorgeously pretty. It sort of reminds me of sea and sky. With some flowers mixed in. Love it!

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  10. Inspired idea to set the quilt in a good position to reflect perfectly in the mirror! Love how you've been consistent with the different shade of aqua/turquoise for the centre diagonals.

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  11. Such a beautiful quilt to use up scraps! Really love it!

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  12. The scrap bin never really goes away does it? Love your beautifully scrappy top. Gorgeous blending of colors and fabric!

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  13. Your flimsy looks great and I especially like the photo of the reflection in the mirror.

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