Monday, February 23, 2015

Scraps, scraps ...


Last time I shared picture of the front and today I share the pic of the other side. These are leftovers from # blocks.


And here is sneak peak of another scrappy project in progress. These are the little triangles from Elephant parade blocks. I just fused them onto fusible interfacing.


Plus here is another two blocks in prep stage. The frog and turtle which means MORE SCRAPS!
Oh dear, never ending story :)

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11 comments:

  1. Such fun and vibrant colors, Vera! Your photos are great and I look forward to seeing the blocks and completed projects.

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  2. Scraps can seem never ending! No matter how much I sew I never seem to catch up. Thanks for sharing your projects with Oh Scrap! I look forward to seeing what great things you turn them in to!

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  3. Lot's of scrappy goodness. looking good!

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  4. Looks like you are making another gorgeous pouch, Vera. You amaze me with your designs from scraps. So creative! Nice to see your frog and turtle, too!

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  5. I REALLY love that first one with the squares. The colors and the negative space and the stitching just go so perfectly!

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  6. Lots of goodness and inspiration in this post. You're fusing your triangle scraps...great idea!

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  7. I was at a talk by a 90 year old quilter and she said you never run out of scraps the pieces just get smaller! Love what you are doing to use them up!

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  8. Great work with all those scraps - I always love the colours you choose :-)

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  9. Vera, the back is beautiful too - the stitches and texture are wonderful!
    That is so clever to use the Elephant Parade scraps like that - it didn't even occur to me to save them.
    I love Ruth's comment about never running out of scraps.

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  10. Your use of scraps is making me feel guilty about throwing any fabric away :) The back is awesome! I agree with Lara, the stitches and texture are yummy!! Is that metallic thread?

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  11. Now you are just teasing us! I am dying with curiosity to see the finish thing that includes all the lovely matchstick quilting.

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