Saturday, December 7, 2013

Scraphappy Saturday - RSC13 finale!

Yay.  I'm so glad that Angela chose December to put all our scrap blocks together, because that is exactly what I was doing.  I chose another color - cream/tan to complete the 12th block.  I put them together QAYG style.  I like the technique, but I don't like the feel of extra stiffness between the blocks, so I will be looking for another way.  I just can't handle them wider than 45-50 inches.




and this is the back:

I'm linking up with Angela over at Soscrappy where you will find lots of other creative projects going on.  I also offer up a big thank you, Angela, for continuing this program next year!  It keeps me motivated.  Even tho I have lots of yardage, I seem happiest when I'm digging the the scrap bins!

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas  and remember the reason for the season!

16 comments:

  1. Very pretty quilt. I love how the white stars pop. Great way to use up pieces for the back. You have an awesome rainbow quilt. What are you going to do with it?

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  2. I love your quilt! I may have to 'steal' your idea next year if you don't mind. It is beautiful. I have been avoiding finishing up a project that I planned as a QAYG because it intimidates me a bit. I should just go ahead and do it. Your's looks wonderful.

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  3. I love your rainbow star quilt. QAYG was a great idea for finishing it.
    Beautiful!

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  4. Lovely star quilt. I like the back as well!!

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  5. What a fabulous rainbow quilt! The best part of quilt as you go is that it makes even big quilts doable. Hope you find a method that works for you,

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  6. It's lovely, you can't go wrong with stars, and all the colors look awesome.

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  7. Wonderful!!!!! The white star in each block simply sparkles and gives this colorful quilt such life!!!

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  8. This is fantastic! Love your scrappy blocks!

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  9. This is a beautiful RSC quilt! :)

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  10. I still love this quilt! So pretty!

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  11. There is something about a basket of scraps put to good use that is so much more satisfying than cutting into yardage. More fabrics are always better in my opinion.

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  12. That is such a fun, colorful quilt! Love it.

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  13. A very pretty finish! Great job. I agree it is so fun to dig into the scrap bin and see what you can create.

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  14. Great job with those scrappy stars :)

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