I haven’t been sewing, but here is something I made and hadn’t previously posted for my 1857 quilt. I used material from the second quilt I ever made for the horn of plenty, and little bits of scraps for the oranges and apples.
I am now so far behind on this quilt’s work that I think I will certainly not finish by years end. Ah well, I will get it done because needle turned applique is my favorite form of quilting and I need a new summer quilt for our bed. Who knows? I may even have it done in time for next summer!
Other scrap happy contributors this month are:
Usually has a scrappy post:
Kate at https://talltalesfromchiconia.wordpress.com/ (in English only)
Gun at https://rutigt.wordpress.com (in Swedish and English)
Titti at http://tittisquiltlek.blogspot.se (in Swedish only)
Heléne at http://quiltochsom.blogspot.se (in Swedish only)
Sometimes has a scrappy post:
Eva at bambisyr-evaj.blogspot.com (in Swedish only)
Sue at sewingmagpie.blogspot.com (in English only)
Nanette at http://stitchandsow-homeandgarden.blogspot.com.au (in English only)
Lynn at https://thetialys.wordpress.com (in English only)
Norma at https://shesewsyouknow.wordpress.com (in English only)
Birthe: http://birthesrom.blogspot.no (in Norwegian only)
Turid: http://densyendehimmel.blogspot.se (in English and Norwegian)
Cathy: http://nanacathydotcom.wordpress.com (in English only)
Jodie Zollinger: https://homesweetdreaming.com/ (in English only)
Debbierose: https://sewrosey.wordpress.com (in English only)
Claire: https://knitnkwilt.wordpress.com (in English only)
Susan: https://desertskyquilts.wordpress.com (in English only)
Jill: https://nicepieceofwork.wordpress.com (in English only)
8 thoughts on “Scrap Happy”
Beautiful smooth curves on that appliqué, nice work!
Thank you, Kate!
Yes, exactly as, Kate, said!: )
Your work is wonderful.
Hmmmm… I think that’s a kid’s horn of plenty, spilling out M&Ms. 🙂
OH… yes, I think you’re right, Linda!