Saturday, December 25, 2021

Scrap Happy Saturday

Merry Christmas!  I'm not sure if there will be a link-up at Angela's today or not, but I am posting my RSC progress.

I finished an RSC project from 2014 this week.  You can read more about it here.


I made six more box kite blocks.  (This was an RSC project from 2017.)  I put them together in a 7 x 10 layout instead of the original pattern that Bonnie Hunter designed.  This isn't my favorite block, but it does make a cute scrappy quilt.  The flimsy quilt size just didn't work for me.  I took out the center seam and now I have two cute crib quilts to finish!  It adds another project to my WIP list, but it's worth it.

More leader/enders have been made.  Here's 30 more 3.5" rail fence blocks.  328 of 900 complete.  Here they are sitting in front of the sewing machine I am using while mine is out for repair.  I never used this machine until this week.  Thanks to my Bonnie Hunter class, getting that 1/4" seam was easy and now I can piece and piece and piece...

I'm linking up at Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework here.


5 comments:

Linda said...

Love the two baby size flimsies. So beautifully scrappy. Did you go to Bonnie Hunter’s Quiltville for a retreat? Curious as I’m a Bonnie fan!

The Joyful Quilter said...

Brilliant solution to your lack of enthusiasm for the Box Kite design, Kathy!! Those little quilts will do a great job of warming some sweet little someone.

Chantal said...

Well done, Kathy. Love the quilt on the reindeer. Cute! Enjoy! ;^)

TerryKnott.blogspot.com said...

Well done, Kathy! Bonnie Hunter sure provides lots of tips about how to get the quarter inch seam and she also supports vintage machine sewing! Your projects are awesome!

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