This scrappy one probably won’t appeal to some of you … but I love rail fence blocks and using my leftover strips and strings to make one is a bonus. This top also meets my precut challenge for September. Since I didn’t have any “honey bun” precuts, I used some skinny strips and strings in my rail fence blocks.
In addition to getting this top assembled, I trimmed one quilt and got it ready for binding, got the binding on another and ready to hand sew down, and I got a backing pieced for one of the 3 yard tops I have here waiting for quilting.
I am working hard to finish things up before Monday so I can sew along with my HeartStrings group next week. I won’t make it to Maine this year but I will be working from home and our project will be 3 yard quilts.
This is a warm weather quilt with all the brown in it, a very lovely quilt. A true Autumnal type of quilt.
I love anything scrappy – thanks for your pdf info 🙂
I love this quilt! It’s a great example that anything goes in a scrap quilt!
Wow! What a productive day, Mary!!
Scrappy happy! Looks great to me. No one can be bored sleeping under a scrappy quilt.
This is beautiful, Mary! You make everything seem effortless and present it in such a way that, I’m sure, many of us think “oh, I can do that”. Thank you for the encouragement and your well-written directions.
I love your scrap quilts. Okay I love all scrap quilts. The simpler the better so I can use all the bits and pieces from other projects.
Love it! I love “kitchen sink” scrappy. It uses everything up!