Saturday, April 25, 2015

Scrap Saturday RSC15 Last of the Purples

I am caught up with the sawtooth star samplers for the RSC15.  The star part of my purples are more mulberry.  I love these bold colors (which I don't usually have a lot of.)


Yesterday I posted my little #twistandchurns table topper.  I found the pattern fun and decided to play more with my purple scraps.  I love it!  I also played with my Circle Lord microfiller boards.  Check out this little stitching.  It makes for a really flat table topper! 

I got the pattern from a free e-book.  It's called Twists and Churns.  I omitted the small churn dash from the center of the mini because I will most likely be using it as a table topper.  The design is by Sandy Whitelaw.




I longarm quilted these four patterns onto the quilt using my Circle Lord microfiller templates and a stylus.  It took five hours to quilt.  It was my first time using the boards.  I wanted practice.










RSC 15

I'm linking up with Angela's blog, SoScrappy for the RSC15 here.  Stop by and see what the others are making.  There's plenty of inspiration to use your scraps.

12 comments:

  1. I really love this quilt! Your quilting is on it is superb - must have taken you awhile but so worth it. The text print adds alot of interest without being to busy.
    nicely done :-)

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  2. Your purple blocks are looking good! The table topper is very pretty and your quilting is wonderful. How did you get the motifs so small?

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  3. LOVE the quilting designs! So small, but really effective!

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  4. Awesome quilting! I'm coming to your house for a lesson.

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  5. Awesome quilting! I really like the sampler blocks.

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  6. I love your quilting! You are doing a fantastic job perfecting your FMQ skills. It takes time to learn it, and you're doing great.

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  7. Wow great FMQ, I am very impressed. I am off to do some more practise so mine can look as good as yours!

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  8. Oh, my...I'd never heard of those microfiller templates before. They do make for some fabulous quilting!

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  9. Wow! Looks difficult. I've never heard of microfiller templates before.

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  10. What beautiful quilting. So much fun to practice a new technique.

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