Thursday, May 31, 2012

Strips and Triangles Scrap Quilt

I've been working on a couple of applique' projects but then I got in the mood to sit at the machine and piece.  I was searching for a fabric for applique' when I found this quilt cut out and stuffed in a drawer.



These are my UFO drawers.  When I get this top together, it will free up one of the drawers (the third one on the right).


It took awhile to straighten out all of the strips and triangles, press them and sew them into pairs.  Now that I've taken the time to organize and press all of the pieces, I plan to keep going until I have the top put together.


Many of my scrap quilts are planned scrappy.  I choose fabrics that I like together.  But, this one is all types and colors of scraps. 


This is the original quilt made by Edyta Sitar. 


The pattern for the quilt is in Edyta Sitar's book Friendship Strips & Scraps available at
http://www.laundrybasketquilts.com/


Thanks for stopping by today.

I hope you are finding some time to do some stitching.
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15 comments:

  1. I love the colors you are using in your version of the quilt!

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  2. Love your scrap quilt! No matter how many scraps I use up, there are always a lot more left over! LOL

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  3. That simple block makes a stunning quilt. Getting UFOs finished is such a refreshing task, and you have a lovely one heading towards the finish line.
    I bought that book some time ago because I fell in love with the cover quilt, but now I have a new love. This really is a vibrant quilt.

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  4. This is a great quilt, thanks for the inspiration. I know the feeling of just sitting and sewing. I am of to the shop for the book now...

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  5. Wow, LuAnn it's going to be great.
    Lot's of work too.

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  6. Love this (and Edtya). What size are your cute little blocks? I know you're not afraid of tiny blocks!

    Jan

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  7. I just love scrap quilts and this one is really great. Take care.

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  8. I adore scrap quilts and yours is wonderful! I have the book by Edyta Star and love it.
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  9. Love your scrap quilt! How fun to have an empty drawer ;-)
    Or I should say the opportunity to fill an empty drawer!

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  10. Beautiful scraps quilt.Great job!

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  11. It's beautiful, LuAnn. Glad you rescued it from the UFO drawer.

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  12. Wow, what a great quilt, LuAnn. Scrap quilts are so fun... lucky you to find it languishing in a drawer!

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  13. I love it! It's scrappy wonderfulness :0)

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  14. oh I like this quilt keep going!!!!
    one of my favorite books, aren't there a few more quilts in that book you would like to make!
    Kathie

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  15. Its a great quilt and I am glad you are going to finish it. There is just something about a scrappy quilt that says "home".

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