Wednesday, 9 June 2021

diving right in...


Finishing one project & starting another 
- that’s what seems to happen around here. a. lot! 

I've downloaded the recent "mom & pop" quilt pattern from Joy @themakingsofjoy  Her pattern is delightfully written, and filled with quilt techniques and tips for different colourways and cohesive scrap beauties. This quilt has a real retro vibe about it and there are four design options in the one pattern, from using yardage to different scrappy versions. 
I'm making the 'cohesive mix & match' option for the most part. The mix&match process looks like a scrappy quilt, even though it’s made of FQs, but I am modifying it slightly.

I'm going for a whispery palette, starting with the pastel 'Lotus Leaf' print, an early Kaffe fabric. Then I grabbed more fat quarters from my stash to make up a pretty bundle of fabrics to go with the pastel vibe. Do you like making bundles from your stash too?


Diving right in today, 
hope you enjoy these in-progress photos too . . .





- love it when treasure gets saved from the scrap pile
like this early Kaffe 'Lotus Leaf'




- and a little mixing and matching







Yes 💕 I'm liking where this is going.
Linda


10 comments:

  1. Pretty blocks! Some lovely fabrics.

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  2. Your stars look so pretty. Love the mix of fabrics.

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  3. There’s no stopping you, is there Linda! You always have another quilt ready to make! It will definitely have your scrappy style!

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  4. Such an eclectic combination of fabrics but you always make it work. Fun new quilt blocks combinations.

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  5. That looks like a fun project. Beautiful blocks.

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  6. Lovely fabric pick Linda and I see you have one of my favourites in your selection - the pastel Lotus Leaf. It's all looking so good!

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  7. Beautiful fabrics and so soft. It's terribly hot here and these colors look so cool. Love the stars.

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  8. This one does have a very soft and subtle look about it.
    Gorgeous combinations.

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  9. You seem to be on such a roll, Linda. These soft colours are very appealing and it's lovely to see that lotus print - always a favourite.

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  10. These are wonderful! I love the look of the 'background' stars.:)

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