scrap quilts

A New Project for the New Year

by Stephanie January 3, 2017
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I don’t recall when I first came across this idea, but it’s a good one. And especially tempting when one variation or another popped up in my social media a couple of weeks before the end of the year. With New Year close enough to make the idea of embarking on a year-long, one-block-a-day project […]

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Spiderwebs (WIP Wednesday)

by Stephanie June 4, 2014
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The strip scrap situation around here is beyond out of control, and that means it’s time to make spiderweb blocks. This pattern has been on my Quilters Bucket List for a long time, although spiders give me such bad heebie jeebies I almost don’t want to have anything to do with it. So far I’ve […]

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World Traveler

by Stephanie October 27, 2013
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Thanks to the Blogger’s Quilt Festival for inspiring me to (finally!) take some photos of “World Traveler” in its finished form. The blocks are “Scrappy Trips” in an unconventional layout that’s as organic as rows of squares can get. For a while I was calling this one “Pixelated Petri Dish” but that didn’t sound like […]

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Afterlife scrap swap quilt

by Stephanie June 4, 2013

A month or so ago I joined a scrap swap with the 15-Minutes Play group. We were to make a block from whatever we received in the mail, with the requirement to include some “made fabric”.  My partner sent such a mishmash of “so not me!” fabrics that at first I was totally stumped what […]

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Baby Quilt donations

by Stephanie March 1, 2013
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Remember these two baby quilts? I pieced the centers and added the fat borders some time ago, and have finally got them quilted. They’re on their way to BumbleBeans BASICS latest quilt drive. Yesterday morning, we had a few minutes of early sun. When I lay the second quilt on the kitchen counter for trimming, […]

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