Thursday, December 10, 2015


 I forgot to show you the Charity quilt that I finally finished.  Well, I finished the top.  Now I have to decide how I'm going to quilt it.  Any suggestions?
Marjorie J. saw an earlier post where I made my first blocks for the Charity quilt and it inspired her to do the same thing with her scraps.  I asked her to send me a picture of her finished quilt (above).  It is lovely!  You may remember, I first got the idea for this quilt from Alamosa Quilter.  When I saw her Scrappy Little Wishes quilt I decided I had to try that.  You can find a link to the pattern on her blog.
Thanks Marjorie for sending us a picture of your beautiful quilt.  I'm inspired again as now I want to cut my scraps into squares and make the centers like you did.

  • Ruby Short McKin Bee, Friday, Dec. 11  
  • UFO Night, Friday, Dec. 11
  • Happy Scrappers, Saturday, Dec. 12
  • Stitch-In, Friday, Dec. 18
  • Scrapper’s School House, Saturday, Dec. 19
Be sure and check the calendar on the Sidebar for more happenings at the Attic Window Quilt Shop this week.
♥ Caroll, 
Caring , Sharing and Creating Smiles


Lynn said...

Both of these are so cute!

Annie said...

The both of these quilts are awesome! However, I'm really drawn into your black, white and red color scheme. As I always only do straight line quilting, I would be no help to you for suggestions in that department.

Barb said...

Great way to use scraps....just wonderful!


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