Thursday, February 2, 2012


I may have been missing the last couple of days, but I haven’t been just sitting around.  I have been working extra hours lately so haven’t gotten in as much sewing or blogging time as I would like, but I did get a chance to make a couple more scrappy blocks that I blogged about here where you'll also find a link to the tutorial on A Little Bit Biased.  Anyway, I put the blocks together and made this table topper.  I love the scrappy look and making something from "nothing."  Well, I call it nothing because I was planning on doing "nothing" with those scraps.   Now to get it sandwiched and quilted. 

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Sue said...

That is just so bright and cheery! I love it! Wow. What a nice job you did on this :)

Terry said...

I love your table topper! Now I really need to get to work making some of those blocks myself! :0)

Lynn said...

This is so cute! It would make such a cute charity quilt, especially since it is "something from nothing."

Mama Pea said...

Caroll, this is so wonderful! It's scrappy and gorgeous. You better watch might just become a piecer! I really like it!

Allie said...

GORGEOUS!!! You make me want to get out my scraps!!!!!

Karen said...

Very pretty. Great way to use your scrapes.

Sue Daurio said...

Love your table topper, you can't help but smile when you look at something like that so pretty and bright and cheery!

Michelle said...

Such a cheerful table topper! Looking at it makes me happy. :-) What size is it?

Sarah Craig said...

What an awesome block/table topper! I love it!! Whoop whoop!!

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