Sunday Stash – Pinkalicious

This week, I got caught up on my Harry Potter blocks and tallied up “Pinkalicious” in the finish column, and I’ve got Polkadotamus under the needle.

Harry Potter BOD block 1 frillion.

And now, Pinkalicious! I stuck with straight line quilting since it was a fairly modern aesthetic.

Pinkalicious

Pinkalicious

  • Used this Week: 3.5 yards
    • 3.5 yd for Pinkalicious quilt
  • Used year to Date: 125 yards
  • Added this Week: 0 yards
    • Woohoo!
  • Net Used for 2015: 54.25 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 65.75 yards (53% of total used)

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11 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Pinkalicious”

  1. Great work on using more for charity! Mosaic piecing is fun. I find that there is a fine line on sizes of scraps to sew together. I often cut up pieces I have sewn and resew to get a better look. The lady I first saw use this technique cut her fabric into tiny little pieces. I did not like that look. I think I really got the size ratio right in the orange crush journal cover (http://www.artquiltmaker.com/blog/2015/03/orange-crush-journal-cover/), but the next one could be a bust –or not as successful.

  2. Pam, I am interested in learning more about your HP blocks. I started making some and wonder how you will finish the quilt. Are you doing this as a block of the month?

  3. Love that pink quilt! I really think it would be a great challenge for AMGQ or any guild to make fabric from scraps then use the made fabric in a quilt. You did a great job.

  4. Pinkalicious came out quite lovely! What a great idea to make use of your scraps. I might have a few of those stashed around my sewing room, too.

  5. I know the HP blocks can get a little tedious – I made a mini-PoD for a friend last year and it took me until this month to get the gumption to start on the 2015 version. I became more inspired after looking at the Facebook and Flickr groups and pictures of everyone’s blocks, and listening to the HP audiobooks. Now I’m more excited to work on it (but still behind….).

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