Tag Archives: scrappy

Small Dog Quilt

By | January 22, 2020

Here is my first finish for 2020! The dog themed blocks were from a small bag of material found at Value Village a second hand store and the solid blocks were from fat quarters that were in my stash. It will be donated to the guild’s outreach program in February.  

Doll Quilts

By | October 27, 2019

A few years back I made a couple of doll quilts for friends who collect dolls. The doll quilts were made of poly cotton therefore if you are the quilt police and disapprove of anything but 100% cotton quilts I’m afraid this post will upset you. I don’t like to mix fibre types in a… Read More »

Blue Sawtooth Stars

By | October 24, 2019

Quite a number of years ago, how many I’m not sure, I decided I’d make 9 – 8.5″ blue sawtooth star blocks. I don’t recall making them or having a plan for them. Not surprisingly they’ve floated around the sewing room for years.  As part of my “get old projects done” push I pulled them… Read More »

Churn Dash Fun

By | October 20, 2019

I found some lovely fabric in my stash, that for some reason I had not used yet; “Mugungalyi” -Circle by Nutex 100% cotton www.nutex.co.nz – great quality with a lovely feel and thickness. And black and white, what could be better to use with bright scraps? A simple churn dash block I thought would show… Read More »

Pennies in Rows

By | October 12, 2019

One of my big goals this year is getting old projects finished. I’ve had some new starts this year (of course!) but so far I’ve managed to complete 17 projects were started prior to 2019. I’m very pleased with that and hope to get a few more done before the end of the year! This… Read More »

En Provence Quilted

By | October 1, 2019

We finally quilted En Provence the Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt from 2016/2017 this May. I made the quilt in Bonnie’s colourway and am quite pleased with how it turned out. How can I not be when purple is my favourite colour? Marc helped me quilt it on the long arm quilting machines that Whirls and… Read More »