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Welcome to Saturday Quilting Bring & Share. Bring along your project(s) and share in the inspiration to be found via the Worldwide Quilting Community. Do add your thoughts and ideas using the comments box at the bottom of this page. Thank you!
I spent much of the past week preparing for the Two Ways to Build a Log Cabin workshop. It was a meeting of friends for me as I knew four of the ladies taking part. As always it is fascinating to see the variety of colour schemes chosen. Sadly one friend had to leave before the end of the day due to a family emergency. Here are some of the partially constructed blocks made by the other three:
Welcome to Saturday Quilting Bring & Share 🙂 Bring along your project(s) and share in some of the news and information being shared by the on-line Worldwide Quilting Community. Do take time to leave your thoughts or start a new conversation in the comments box at the bottom of this page. Below the comments box is a subscribe button if you would like to receive e-mail notification whenever a post is published here at New Every Morning Patchwork & Quilting (no spam I promise!).
I am pondering the phenomenon that are fabric scraps. At present I have three on-going scrap projects. The wonder is that my scrap bins are not emptying! What is it with scraps? Has anyone ever run out of scraps?
I am using Rachel Hauser’s Dear Dottie pattern and Sharon McConnell’s Classic Curves Ruler to make a quilt – mixing the pattern’s emphasis on learning colour value skills with the adventure of cutting and sewing curves. (Links to websites and tutorials at the end of this post).