Friday, December 12, 2014

Scrappy tops are coming together....

I was able to sew the diagonal set of the churn dashes together this morning. I did take a break and grabbed Wendy's for lunch  and took it in and ate with Aidan at school in between the sewing. I've done lunch with both kids for the month at school...Another thing checked off the list!

Those tops are starting to pile up from the rainbow challenge. The bottom of the pile above is the RSC Sampler.

The middle quilt top is the 16 patch stars.

I just have another set of the churn dashes to figure out what to do with them! 72 more little churn dashes will come out to play sometime soon. I also have my birds in the air blocks from a couple of years ago wanting to be put together. The also want to be hand quilted with a baptist fan pattern so they will just have to wait patiently in the drawer until Hugs and Kisses is close to being done before they become a quilt top! Bossy little blocks they are!

I'm thinking I only need a couple of hours at work on Saturday... so maybe I'll skip out and head home and pin and quilt one of these little guys? That is probably a dream... but you never know what will happen. Saturday morning starts out with a pancake breakfast with Santa before I head to work and Greg takes the kids to Grandmas where they will go to her town's parade. We'll do Christmas with her on Saturday night. It is hard to believe the kids only have 5 more days of school before winter break!

Linking up on Saturday morning with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Take a peek at all the links and get some ideas for next year's challenge. I think I have decided on some of the things I will be working on - the 25 patch wonky stars, a scrappy strip of each months color - 3.5 inches by 60 or 70 inches long sewn onto some muslin with a little cream strip in between each one, adding my black hexagons around the hexagon flowers from 2014 and the RSC 2015 sampler. Have you been thinking of how you will use your scraps next year?



18 comments:

  1. WOW! So happy to see all of these coming together! I feel like I have a half a dozen tops ready to become flimsys (or need one more block, then flimsies) and it makes me feel all behind. HAHA, no reason to hurry but that is just me! Congrats on staying all caught up!

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  2. Wow lots of flimsies are being born! They all look wonderful. I am not sure I will join in right away, maybe later in the year. I really need to get a handle on some almost finished projects. I also want to start a red and white king size quilt next year.

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  3. That is a pile of scrappy deliciousness!

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  4. What a beautiful stack of scraps put to great use! You have accomplished so much. Congratulations.

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  5. Mission accomplished....the challenge has worked beautifully for you to use up scraps and get lots of gorgeous quilts!

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  6. It is nice to see all your blocks come together into amazing quilts. I couldn't even keep up each month this year. You are inspiration.

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  7. All of your scrappy projects turned out beautifully. The Churn Dash is my favorite of the set.

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  8. You've been very busy!! I'm joining RSC in 2015, so I'm looking around for inspiration. Love your header quilt!!

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  9. what riches!! All that color to work with! Go ahead and quilt one and show us. LeeAnna at not afraid of color

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  10. Very Nice.They all look Awesome.

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  11. LOVE churn dashes. Your Birds in the Air have great color contrast families in it. Very pretty scraps. What a great use!

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  12. Wow! You have put your scraps to good use in an awesome bunch of quilts. Good luck on the finishes. I have a couple of things in mind for next year but still thinking about it.

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  13. Boy! You sure did have a productive year. Beautiful quilts. Love them all!

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  14. I just love the parade of colour. The churn dash flimsy is so lovely - all that colour floating on a sea of white. What great work! Good for you taking time to have lunch with the kids at school. What a great idea!

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  15. Great colour going on here. Love them all.

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  16. Wow! And I say it again Wow! Those are some outstanding quilts! Good thing I don't have to choose which one is my favorite because I love them all!

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  17. My Goodness!!!! How did you manage to produce these beautiful quilts - they are stunning.

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