Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE








With the colder winter nights we have been having, Miss B pulled out my scrappy sampler quilt to use on her bed.  I have had it rolled up in a basket since I finished it, and had forgotten how much I loved it, and how much I love seeing it being used.

This encouraged me to pull out the blocks I had made for her sea glass sampler quilt, and start piecing some of them together and making low volume improv filler blocks for it.  I don't think this quilt will be as large as the one she has been using, it will probably be more of a lap quilt size, but she can put it over her legs when she is studying at her desk in her room. She has asked that I add some more feather and arrow blocks to the assortment already made, so I may add a little more purple to some of those.  I suspect I may create a few more new blocks too, so no doubt my planned lap quilt will end up being bigger than anticipated.  Colour inspiration for this quilt can be found here.

Now, it's YOUR turn to share, by linking up your sewing and stitching projects, following these guidelines.
  1. Link up from any post from the past week that features something you have been sewing or stitching,
  2. Somewhere in your post, please link to this post.
  3. Please comment on a couple of the other Sew,Stitch, Snap, Share links - it's fun to receive comments from new people, and we are trying to encourage people to read blogs and keep blogging too.

Thanks for joining us.

Julie and Linda

13 comments:

  1. Oh yes.......that quilt IS lovely! There is so much going on but not in a too bright and busy kinda way. Lucky Miss B................

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  2. Doesn't the quilt look so at home on her bed with the sunlight streaming in! A true sampler quilt, beautiful.

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  3. Scrappy sampler quilt looks wonderful on the bed, love the pillow too! Beautiful colours and prints in the sea glass sampler. It's going to be fabulous!

    -Soma

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  4. Very fun set of blocks to be working with - love the colorway! Those feathers and arrows have always enticed me.

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  5. Such a sweet quilt in the first picture! Love the simple stitching!

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  6. A lovely scrappy sampler quilt, it looks so pretty on the bed!

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  7. This is going to be awesome Julie! I'm betting it will be bigger and better than the original!

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  8. Your work is so beautiful! I remember you making this quilt and it is lovely that it is being loved and used!

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  9. Oh ~ I am happy to see those sea glass blocks again!! The sampler quilt is fabulous. It was apparently before my time here, as I don't recall seeing it before. I'll have to go look at that link :-)

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    1. Well - apparently I HAVE Seen it before, because I commented that I loved it! Silly me! Well, I still love it, and I'm glad that it is being enjoyed :-)

      Tracy, the dingbat ;-)

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  10. Adore both of these quilts! The finished one is stunning and the new one will be too!!

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  11. Your sampler quilt is gorgeous! I like the blocks you've made so far for the new quilt. Your linky party is a great idea...hopefully I will remember to join in next time!

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  12. I think my jaw literally dropped! I can't even believe how gorgeous this quilt is! You are so very talented. I knit and crochet and have done just a little bit of sewing. I've had a desire to learn how to quilt, but I haven't the time in this particular season of my life to add another hobby. This is just amazing!

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