Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Midweek Makers #236

Welcome to another week of sharing at Midweek Makers! After I finished up my Making Blocks from Crumbs video, I sat back down at the machine and stitched up more crumbs. 

making blocks from crumbs tutorial https://youtu.be/_Z34HPM8IbU


These two red blocks are the start of a Celilo rainbow lap quilt. I'm attempting to stitch up the next color in the ROY G BIV sequence over the next 6-7 months. This month was easy, as there is very little red. Though next month, I'll have to dig a bit deeper for orange crumbs, as I need five of each block size. Maybe I'll have to wait on orange until Halloween is over - I'm sure I'll have more crumb pieces by then!

As for last week, there were a couple of new faces to see:
this adorable snowman runner,



and this patriotic gnome, both from Patchouli Moon Studio.



And though not quite finished yet, this polar bear at Academic Quilter is pretty darn cute too!



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7 comments:

  1. I really like your snowman runner, the bird is so cute! Happy stitching.

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  2. Your crumb blocks look good, I've been making some of my own. Not sure what I'm going to do with them yet.

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  3. Thanks for featuring my snowman runner and wool gnome Susan. I sewed up those crumbs I told you I was working on and am now creating something with it. If it's done by next Wednesday I will share on your Midweek Makers Linky.

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  4. I'm intrigued by the crumb quilt. That would be difficult for me to make, I'd have to purchase fabric just for the blocks. Last night I did a little reorganizing of my fabric drawers, I found 1 orange piece and 2 very small red's. The reds actually went in my scrap basket. Thank you for the linky party.

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  5. I like seeing your crumb blocks - I could send you some orange :-) All those snowmen/winter peeks are cute!

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  6. Making blocks from crumbs looks like a pretty busy process. All of your reds go so well together.

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  7. I hope your post will motivate me to get my crumb top finally sewn together

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