How many of you have made a quilt and had a lot of scraps left over, I mean sewn together scraps?
This quilt here I made in 2014, I had so many beautiful Samoan scraps left over that I saved in a box knowing that I wanted to make another quilt.
This was a charity quilt.
Here is the Sister Quilt to the one above
80" x 80"
Finished this one in November of this year
This one is also a charity quilt for a friend that has a rabbit rescue in Idaho.
I do not have room to lay this all out for you to see but I truly love it.
One day I will get my sewing room back!!
This quilt here was made with oriental fabrics from Inchworm Fabrics. My sister Jeanette and I ordered the Quick Curved Ruler and then I purchased us both the "One Wonderful Curve" book. We decided to do this quilt together. She has hers and will be showing it as soon as it is quilted. I have had this quilt done for sometime now. I wish I had room to show you the whole thing.
72" x 84"I have shown this quilt before but it is the Sister quilt to the one above. There were so many curved scraps from the quilt above that I decided to keep them and make a quilt out of them. I used the Orange peel Accuquilt Go die for this one. The orange peel die was perfect and trust me there was very little scraps.
So I guess you could say that I got two quilts for the price of one.
I love doing sister quilts, what about you?