"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jer 29:11 (NIV)

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Scrap Happy April

One of the things that I'm trying to do as I get ready to move by July is to work on getting projects finished up and into the mail.   I finished this scrappy little quilt and it will be donated to Little Lambs for Hands 2 Help.

Backing was a piece of 60" wide flannel from my stash and the blue kona used for the binding was a remnant piece in my stash.

One of the projects that I'm trying to finish up is this scrappy quilt top for American Heros.   Over the years I've been making sample blocks for my new block designs using RWB fabrics using scraps.   And the last year I made a bunch of blocks smaller than 12" using more scraps.   I'm now taking those smaller blocks and bordering them and or combining them to make 12" blocks.

My plan is to make enough blocks to set them 5 by 6 blocks.   I'm hoping to get this and another top that I've had completed in the mail this month.


1. For more houses in my price range coming on the market in the last week or two.

2. For the passport wallets I've been making selling well, hoping this trend continues


Susan said...

Two good places to donate quilts! I'm going to send a top to the Canadian one on the list, and hope to make another one for one of the others. You know how time is, though. Both of these are going to be well received with ooohs and aaaahs!

Joyce Carter said...

The sampler quilt is sooo pretty. I am a hugh fan of these type of quilts and love making them. I think it is because I get bored by making the same block over and over.
The smaller quilt is very cute too, and I know some child will love having it.