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Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Lots of Aqua/Teal and NTT

As I suspected, my aqua/teal jar was very full, and even though I've already sewn three full panels, I think I still have another couple of panels worth of scraps left.  I just love the rainbow taking shape on my wall, but I'm still not entirely sure what I'm going to do with these, especially since  I underestimated the number of scraps I had.  I'm just going to keep sewing them up and figure it out later.

 I'm feeling like I'm in the home stretch now.  Once I finish the aqua/teals, I just have blues and purples left!

I'm ready to get our party on, but before we do, let's take a look at some of the gorgeous things linked up last week.  This rainbow beauty is by Rita at Quiltpiecer-

This stunner is by Sandra at mmm quilts-

And finally, Turid at Den syende himmel shared this beautiful, scrappy quilt.  And that photo is just breathtaking!

I hope you're getting lots of fun sewing time.  I can't wait to see what you've been working on lately!

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  1. Are you sure that Scrappy pineapple at the perfect time. I’m getting ready to make one and was trying to decide my color arrangement. Thank you!

  2. Your rainblow scrap quilt is looking amazing. I bet this is a fun one to work on. Thank you so much for hosting the link party. Happy quilting.

  3. Underestimating scraps!!! Yeah, that never happens :-p

  4. Scraps seem to multiply like rabbits! Good luck with a plan. :)

  5. Your scraps are looking good as large patches. Once you have them all sewn together, I'm sure you can cut them into unique shapes to make into finished blocks. I'm sure it's most fun to consider the possibilities!

  6. Your improv tiles are looking so good, and numerous!!! Awesome!

    Did I read right, that you're coming in person to Minnesota Quilters August 4, 5 & 6? I hope I'm in town then and can meet you in person!

  7. I like those slabs - I can see them as a quilt or as placemats ;-)


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