Friday, January 8, 2010

Scrappy 2009 Quilt Update

Have you all seen this new quilt at Crate and Barrel ? Way Cute! I think I see one in my future. What a great way to use up all my solid scraps! Likey. Likey.
I am still undecided on what I'm going to do for my Scrappy 2009 Quilt. But I am LOVING the links you gave me! So I want more! Ideas! Links!

See that Mr. Linky thing down there. Leave me some links of Scrappy Quilts you've made or saw on someone else's blog. I am filing away my favorites for Scrappy Quilts in the future.

10 comments:

Suzanne said...

I came across your blog via sew and tell at Amylouwho's.
This is a great inspiration...I have a whole bunch of "solidish" batik (some real, some not) that I want to make a quilt for our son. Maybe something like this would work...

Jackie Russell said...

I love this quilt too!

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

Well, I've made lots of scrappy quilts. Have to look for pics on my computer. Mostly just little squares of a little bit of everything I had at the time. I do love that quilt!
Brenda

kwiltmakr said...

There was a quilt made like that in the book Modern Quilt Workshop. I want to make one too.

Emily said...

This quilt looks similar to the one I just made from THE MODERN QUILT WORKSHOP book.(Plain Spoken--linked above) I'm sure you could adjust the directions to suit this quilt perfectly. The PS quilt is easy to make, just lots of pinning to get rows to line up.

Thimbleanna said...

Well, I don't have any links for you, but it's going to be fun reading your comments! ;-)

Becky said...

A pattern that I love for using scraps is called Bricks & Stepping Stones by Bonnie Hunter at quiltville.com The black and white cornerstones tie the many different bricks together. It would look great in bright fabrics. Good luck!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Oh no Jodi - you asked for these and now there are MORE quilt I need to make! Actually, thank you!

fiberdoodles said...

It is so pretty!

Michelle said...

Ooooh...what a great idea. Cute quilt!

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