Friday, March 14, 2008

Quilt

This is a utility quilt I finished recently. At www.fibermania.blogspot.com Melody Johnson's blog, I saw the beautiful one she was working on and decided that it would be a good way to use up scraps of prints that I don't use in my art quilts but can't seem to get rid of. It was fun, but do you know what? Those scraps multiply when you're not in the studio, and there seems to be even more now!

6 comments:

abeadlady said...

Sandy, that is a beautiful quilt. Can you explain to me why I have way too many scraps and fat quarters when I don't sew or quilt? Of course I do make dolls. I have never been able to resist fabrics.

Arline

StegArt said...

A lovely way to use up scraps. I sure know what you mean about those scraps multiplying.

Sue B said...

Sandy this is beautiful! Love the colors in this. Beautiful!

Micki said...

Great quilt, Sandy. Beautiful colors.

Into the Blystic said...

Wow! that is phenomenol! I can't even imagine the hours to piece together something like that! beautiful interplay of colours!

Leah/ Texas/ United States said...

ooohh, HOW gorgeous! what a fabulous way to use your scraps. there is a scrap fairy you know, but instead of taking away your socks like the sock monster, the scrap fairy dumps loads of odd-shaped scraps in your studio in the wee hours of the morning, unironed, of course. thanks for sharing!