Scrappy Happy Time - Finish

Thank you Maureen Cracknell for your QAYG Scrappy Herringbone quilt tute!!! HERE. I saw it at the end of September when she posted it on her blog and I knew I had to give it a try. My scrap boxes were overflowing. 

-many misc. odd colored bobbins were emptied while piecing the strings 
-on each strip I did straight top-stitching, a feather stitch and a cross-hatch
(Those turned out so great I wish I would have used several colors and done more of the decorative stitching.)

This quilt is heavy. I feel like I lightened my quilty scrap load with this one. :)

Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts HERE


Anonymous said…
Wow! Gorgeous colors! love it!
Kelly Young said…
this is a gorgeous quilt! I love the bright, fun colors. I've seen that tute and have really thought I might need to try it!

:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation
Anonymous said…
Love your strippy quilt and backing too!
Lorna McMahon said…
What a beautiful, happy quilt! I love the mix of colours and the fancy quilting stitches you used. Very sweet!
Ella and Nesta said…
It looks really good! The effect of the Herringbone is incredible! Like the reel on the back too.
Esther F. said…
What a great way to use up all those beloved scraps! I love your idea of using the decorative stitches! So wonderful! I will for sure try that!!!
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Dominique said…
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Dominique said…
Whoops - Typos. Here's my revised comment. This quilt must be so satisfying! Using scraps, and ending up with a beautiful result... I call this a win-win.
Love this! I want to give this quilt a whirl myself. Nice finish!
Scraps AND color AND a compelling modern pattern = great finish!
What a great finish! I like how you used the orphan block on the back.

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