You did a beautiful job. they are lucky to get such a beautiful quilt
I hope it will be a reminder that someone cared.
😊 Thank you
Oh MY! This is absolutely stunning! It is sooo beautiful. I can't believe you did all those squares and actually finished it! Wow!
Thank you. I remember the simple squares that got me started sewing for Uganda
your Quilt is lovely.Every time I try to make a Dent into my Stash a miracle happens .I end up with more Scraps its never ending hugs
Thank you. True. My life is full of miracles.
Well done. Some one will love this quilt. Hugs
I hope so
I love this sort of quilt and it's always great to use up some of one's stash! Love Chris
Thank you. Right I have a sense of satisfaction to create something big from lots of little
Love this scrappy quilt!!!
Sry vibrant and what a super way of using small scraps which seem to grow when saved
Thank you. It almost is a challenge for me to find uses for small amounts of fabric.
This is gorgeous,s Angie! What a lucky child to receive this wonderful gift of love! If you need scraps, just ask and I'll send you a truckload, LOL!
I seem to accumulate small pieces of fabric forever. The pile grows everyday. I do not know how this happens.
I know what you mean. I have the same problem. I'll need about 3 lifetimes to make a dent in my stash!
This is absolutely wonderful!! It is beautiful and shows your talent and you kindness! Well done!!!!!
You are sweet.
omg..you have a big heart!.
I love the challenge and it makes me happy.
I love your Avatar
Some fortunate child is going to be warm and cozy wrapped up in this beautiful quilt that has been stitched with love. What a great way to lessen the scraps stash. I guess I cant offer any of my scraps to you, huh! haha
Ha ha. No I have enough.
Nice job, Angie! I love that is so colorful and the black really sets it off!
Thank you Kim. You sure get up early.
This quilt is sew nice and lots of work, Somebody will love having it.
it's lovely and colourful, Someone will feel so happy and thankful soon. It's very pretty, what a great way to use the scrap !! hugs/love for you
I always feel I have accomplished something special when I am able to use up some of those little pieces and create a new big piece.
Beautiful colours, it will be appreciated.
It's beautiful, Angie. I love the black, it makes the colours sing! Hard on old eyes, but great impact!
Scrap bins and yarn stashes seem to be unexhaustable, don't they. Do you feel you won't live long enough to ever reduce that stash to zero? I would need at least another 30 years, which would make me a candidate for the oldest woman in the country. lol.
I came to the conclusion my stashes will never be 0. I still have boxes unopened from the move 10 years ago. They are full of yarn. Even giving yarn away does not seem to make a dent. I need 3 more lifetimes.
This is a good size quilt Angie and I love a good size. No use to have one you can't wrap up in or won't cover you sleeping in the bed. I don't know how you see to sew (or un-pick on rip-lol) black, but it does make a dramatic statement and ties everything together. Great job on this quilt and trying to use up some scraps. Did you do the quilting too? Love the gray backing.
I did do the quilting. Since I donate them the cost of sending it out to be quilted is too much. Sewing the binding (black on black) I could only do during daylight and sitting close to the sliding door.
I know what you mean by costing to much to send them out when you make so many. I want/wanted to make each of my children and grands a bed sized quilt. I can't easily quilt queen size on my home machine but sure not free motion that size. I checked with Kreative Kiwi when they advertised 'edge to edge quilting for .01 cent a sq inch'. Should have made it $90 as it is 90 x 100. I sent her a photo my my top and a photo of one like it, quilted with the straight stitching. They then said it then would be $270.... Needless to say, I didn't send it, having so many I'd like to make. IF I could pay those prices I could also pay for a machine and do it myself, which I'd love to do anyway.
wow! That would only be $135 at my price....how did they figure there price out I wonder?!!!
I apologize, it was NOT Kreative Kiwi, it was Kreations by Kara. They said it was a custom job. They would have to follow the block and not just use a programmed quilting pattern, I guess...