You make scrappy quilts! I think everything I am making now is coming from the scrap bins or fat quarters. Anything smaller than a fat quarter I call a scrap – some of you might not but I do. What do you call a scrap?
Tuesday night I worked more on hand quilting and can now say that the 6th of 8 rows of the Postage Stamp quilt is finished – I laid it out on the floor to try to take a photo of what is left to do. Looking at it from the side the border and the two rows above it need to be quilted.
I will continue here in the middle and work my way out to one of the sides when I pick it up again.
This hexie for Handful of Scraps is now thread basted and ready to work on.
The final row of Scrappy Stars is made but not attached – I had a killer headache yesterday and it bothered me all day – the blocks got sewed and then put aside – I hope the headache is gone today and won’t come back – rarely do I have a headache last all day like the one from yesterday did. I have 3 long sashing’s to make. A question: I have had several readers ask if I was making the same sashing for the sides – my thought was of course – why was it questioned? When you make a pieced sashing do you not attach long rows of pieced sashing to the areas between the rows, the top, bottom and sides? Do I do it differently then some of you?