Well, Scrapideux is done, and it is QUITE bright. Here it is in during basting:
I have a special plan for it, a bit different than I talked about during the podcast. I’ve gotten started on a replacement for the gift quilt I originally planned this one for that’s a little more subdued (well, a LOT more subdued) and more appropriate for the intended recipient.
- Used this Week: 10.25 yards
- 10.25 yd for Scrapideux quilt
- Used year to Date: 142 yards
- Added this Week: 0 yards
- Net Used for 2014: 84.25 yards
- YTD Used for Charity: 42.25 yards (30% of total used)
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8 thoughts on “Sunday Stash - Scrapidoodle-doo!”
Actually all put together Scrapideaux is not as bright as it looked With the first 4 blocks. It looks good with the sashing.
that is really lovely. I am resolved to not use gorgeous or cute in my comments on people’s quilts. Think maybe I should say “Streuth love, that’s a real bewdy. Yah done good Mate” however… don’t think it would translate too well. Nicely done dear. You have done a very beautiful job. That sounds more English so might translate better.
I’m with Judy, I really like it all together. In the few blocks together the individual bright squares jumped out more but across the whole top they seems to blend better and I see the overall pattern more than individual pieces. Maybe still not right for someone who doesn’t love brights but a beautiful, fun quilt still. Well done!
Echoing the sentiments above - it does not look obnoxiously bright all together. I love it!
What a fun quilt! I would love to come to visit someone and find this waiting for me on the guest bed.
Great quilt. I had to look for the “brights” and they really just helped keep your eye moving to take in the entire quilt.
I think is really fun and joyful Pam. Love the way it turned out.
I really like the colorfulness (is that a word?) of this quilt! I think this IS the real deal! Can’t wait to see the quilted pictures of it!