Thursday, August 20, 2015


Hi friends!
The only thing wrong with this ruler is the little scraps!
I hate to waste beautiful fabric!
I made these blocks to put on the ends of the white strip with her name on it.
I had to sew something yesterday and this was it.
Don't know how it got mixed up but it will do , that light one was two that i had left .
 Just had enough to do these two blocks.
I found this layer cake , home for the harvest, to make something for Thanksgiving, going to make a table topper like the one Dawn of  here is making.
Her blog is sewuquilt2, go and visit and see what she is making.
Just have to find out how the pattern goes together.
As if i didn't have too much to do now.
Some can slide i guess.
Had my handsome grandson over for breakfast this morning.
He is going back to "Ole Miss" this weekend for his last 3 month there , he graduates Christmas .
He wants to be a Lawyer so he will go on some where else to finish up.
Got to get busy .
Quilt Happy


Podunk Pretties said...

Those scraps look like future small applique pieces to me. I've smaller pieces than that I save for little applique, they've come in handy quite a few times. If you don't like using them save them for a future give away.

Julierose said...

I find if you use charm squares with a ruler like that--there is not too much wastage....Your colors are so pretty!! I love Dawn's blog and her Turkey table topper is so cute...hugs, Julierose

sewyouquilt2 said...

ooo you gonna make one too? you will have fun

Rosa said...

Your topper will be fabulous.Happy sewing!

Have fun with your grandson.

Needled Mom said...

Your petals are so pretty in those fabrics.

Wishing your grandson a good final semester. said...

Pretty petals. Your grandson is very handsome. How cool to graduate from college!

Chatty Crone said...

Your grandson is handsome!! Love the pink petals! lol

Rose said...

I love the colors! Like someone else said about the pieces, you can use them for applique. Or, if you save scraps like I do, trim till you have straight edges and piece together to make crumb blocks. Look at my blog under the tab 'Quilts'...I have got 3 or 4 quilts that I have made using crumb blocks.