Saturday, July 12, 2014

Scrap Saturday 7.12.14

Of course since I finished a quilt this week, I allowed myself to start another.  This time I am starting a mini.  For the RSC14 blocks, I played with some red scraps.

 
I couldn't stop there.  I had to make the cute little 9-patches!  The bottom two are extras made from the scraps.  I just didn't want to let the little squares go to waste.
 

 
 
This cute little quilt is called Market Day Sew-Along (Heartspun Quilts).   It's part of the Pocket Patchwork Sew Along.   There's a lot of cute things posted at Heartspun Quilts blog.  I think it may be a source for a future sew along for me.  You can find the directions for this sew along at the Flikr page for the group.
 
Then I couldn't stop.  I was addicted to the little blocks.  Here's what happened at the end of the day.
 
 
...and then I just kept going...
 
 
 
Now I'm excited for August 1st, when the next mystery sew along starts:
 
 
Speaking of red and white...  Here a quilt I finished for my niece this week.  She's a big Ohio State (OSU) fan.  You can read the blog post here.
 
 
 
I'm linking up with Angela at SoScrapy: ScrapHappy blog.
 
Soscrppy

12 comments:

  1. Great quilt for your niece!

    Your littles are also very cool ...

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  2. Great sewing you've done. Should think your niece will love that quilt.

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  3. I love your mini quilt! How big is it?

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    1. Thanks. I think it's 29" square or close to it.

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  4. Your little medallion 9-patch quilt is just gorgeous!

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  5. Love your Market Day... so pretty in green and red! It's a darker version of mine in light green and pink. Wasn't it fun to sew?!?

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    1. Yes, it was a lot of fun the sew. The little blocks were just so cute. Your light green and pink is a cute combo too!

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  6. Talk about stamina! You're like the little energizer bunny that keeps on going and going! What a great little quilt or two.

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  7. Very pretty red blocks. The 9 patches are going to be an awesome quilt.

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  8. You've done so much. I love the quilt for your niece; it's such a great design and your introduction of a few gray blocks makes it so dynamic. I love your Christmas season quilt too.

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  9. wowie started and finished. You are good! LeeAnna Paylor lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  10. Cool quilt for your niece. Love your Christmas quilt and red blocks. You have been busy : )

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