Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Sewing with the Angels

I had a great time celebrating on the Fourth. But as it was the first Tuesday it meant that we either had to reschedule our sew in or cancel. Not wanting to give up the fun we have sewing together we went for a reschedule. Here is what we got done. Ruth made these cute little blocks. I think they will make a sweet quilt.
 I put together these flannel four patches. I need to dig through our stash and see what I can find to go with them. So we can make another man quilt.
 Marilyn finished framing these blocks and set them into a quilt top. She took them home to finish it up.
All this wonderful progress means I need to get cutting new projects for next time. What is your favorite scrap friendly go to charity quilt?

4 comments:

  1. something with 9 patches - they can be made into so many different style quilts that are easy, fast and yet so pretty

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  2. Charm quilts! It's what we start our newbie sewers on - working out of boxes of 5" squares. By the time they finish, they've got 1/4" seams and matching seams down pat...

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  3. When my stash and scraps are well sorted, most quilts become scrap friendly. Unfortunately, I rarely am that organized. But because I tend to cut my scraps into squares, any square-friendly block does well. --Andrea

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  4. Very nice. I always tend to resort to a good pinwheel quilt.

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