Saturday, May 18, 2013

Scrappy Happy!

Yay! Finally we have some Spring happening here! I went for a little walk early Tuesday afternoon and the lake was still full of ice--it kind of looked like a Slushy. By early evening, the ice was all gone thanks to the 90 degree temps that day.
A long time coming!

Are you excited about the news from Andover blog?  Will you be ordering some of the Downton Abbey fabrics to make your own drop-waist flapper dress to wear while watching the latest new episodes this fall?

I haven't been sucked into the Temecula Quilt baby Bow-Tie craze yet, but it was a lot of fun to see Bev's quilt featured in their blog HERE

Bev's Quilt--awesome!

I'm working on using up some of my scraps and will be posting photos soon. In the meantime, check out these scrappy quilts in progress from quilt camp last month! 
Carol's stunning Karen Stone blocks!
It was fun watching Jane's quilt grow
from this box of strips! 

Susie's paper pieced S'more's by Jo Morton

The Judy Rothermel sashing fabric looked so cool with the scrappy little blocks!

Barb was working on Kathie Holland's Charming Addition from the December 2012 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting.
A simple block, but so fun in scraps!

More to come soon!!


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