Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Scraptastic Tuesday - February Link is Open!


It's the second Tuesday of February so the Scraptastic Tuesday monthly link is open.

More scrappy log cabins

I decided that I needed to continue with my scrap strips and make more regular sized log cabins, at about 15" square. I might just carry on until the box of scrappy strips is empty.

More scrappy log cabins

I only managed 2 tonight. I did clean my sewing machine too, but my long walk earlier means I am sleepy now. I am still Quilt Con training and will have to figure out how to go for a long walk or two shorter ones tomorrow too.

Only my scraps

In case you missed it, there are my scrappy log cabins from the weekend - now a 60" quilt top. I need to make these a back so I can get them quilted soon.

Now its time for you to share your scrappy projects, plans and ideas.




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      Please join Nicky from Mrs. Sew and Sow and I by linking up a blog post or flickr or instagram photo sharing a scrappy project, in progress or finished, or your thoughts on dealing with your scrap mountain:
      • You don't have to have joined us before, everyone is welcome.
      • One link per person, and it will be your entry into the random draw for the prizes. It is the same link up here and at Nicky's blog - Mrs. Sew and Sow - so you only need to link up on one of our blogs.
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      • Use the Scraptastic Tuesday button and invite your friends to join us too. Please share our button, or a link or the hashtag #scraptastictuesday in your linked post or photo.
      • The link is open until next Monday night at 10:00 pm MST. We will announce the winners next Tuesday. 
      • If you have trouble linking up, let me or Nicky know and we will get you sorted.
      Best,

       Leanne

      14 comments:

      1. These are just gorgeous scrappy log cabins. Look forward to seeing the bottom quilt quilted!

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      2. Love your scrappy log cabin blocks. That should make a dent in your scrap box unless it's like my bottomless box where it will never be empty.

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      3. The log cabins are superb! I made 2 log cabin quilts last year for Siblings Together just from my stash boxes (and they are still pretty full!) it was so satisfying.

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      4. Log cabins are always a win! I really need to get back to my scrap bin!

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      5. Beautiful scrappy log cabin blocks! Have fun at QuiltCon!

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      6. I am curious where you are headed with the new scrappy log cabin blocks. Emptying out the scrap bin sounds like a big goal!

        My husband and I try to go on a 3 mile walk together every evening, so that on top of the cardio at my gym I do will hopefully work well for me at QuiltCon. I think my husband is going to miss out on the exercise next week, though!

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      7. Scraps are the best! I used a bunch of red and white scraps to make both the St. Valentine's Day runner *and* a wall hanging. Having a chance to use up those little pieces felt great!

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      8. Love the log cabin blocks--such a fun way to use up scraps!

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      9. Hi Leann! I love your log cabin blocks! They are so beautiful when used similar colours. Yellow is my new favourite! x Teje

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      10. Your scrappy log cabins are so bright and happy :-) At 30" each, they sure will make a quick and a gorgeous quilt.
        http://sewpreetiquilts.blogspot.com

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      11. Your blocks are just beautiful and love them all and once again thanks for the link party hope to join next month.

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      12. I love that yellow block - just the thing to cheer up a dreary day!

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