Sunday Stash – Black and White and A Little Bit of Red All Over

As expected, another slow week when it comes to the stash (only finished usage was the Tiny Tuffet), but there is progress ahead!  I’ve got my Bonnie Hunter Blue Ridge Beauty class project sandwiched and ready to quilt, and another quilt nearly ready to sandwich. Here’s the completed center for my version of Bonnie’s pattern; there are borders on it now, but it’s still a lap size.

I’ve also got to book it and make another sample from the upcoming pattern line from The Stitch! Very exciting- check it out online or in person at Red Hen Fabrics July 16th to see the first three!

  • Used this Week: 0.25 yard
    • 0.25 yd for the Tiny Tuffet
  • Used Year to Date: 179.75 yards
  • Added this Week: 0 yard
    • Woohoo!
  • Net Used YTD: 84.25 yards
  • YTD Used for Charity: 58.75 yards (33% of total used)

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8 Replies to “Sunday Stash – Black and White and A Little Bit of Red All Over”

  1. I’m login’ the Blue Rudge Beauty,,,, saw both you and Lynn in Bonnie’s slideshow… It looked like fun…

  2. Of course I meant I wad lovin’ the quilt…. I really do like it… Did you enjoy Bonnie’s workshop?

  3. I like your B&W version of the Blue Ridge Beauty. I have made several versions of the Buckeye Beauty in my quilting life. We also used the pattern as a basis for a fabric swap/challenge for a quilt group I was part of. We shared fabric so every quilt had the same fabrics then we demo-ed HSTs and 4 patches ( we included beginning quilters) and then sent everyone off to make the blocks and assemble the quilt how ever they wanted. It was amazing how different the 12 quilts were considering the fabric and blocks were the same.

    1. That’s something I would really love to see…. I love the many different quilts can be created using just 4-patches and HST’s…. Who doesn’t love those blocks?

  4. Love the off centeredness of your layout. Did you keep it that way? What do you think about making the pattern again in different colors? I am thrilled that you are launching a line of patterns. good for you!

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