Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Stepping Stones and a Sham


I love scrappy quilts.  I'm not sure why except that they are so full of color and every single one always turns out different.  With this Stepping Stone quilt I started out with 3 inch squares.  Half the squares were light fabric and half of the squares were a darker fabric.  I then cut 2 inch strips and switched between the dark and light fabrics.  Easy, fun, and very scrappy.  :)  A great element about this pattern is that you can make it square or elongate it into a cozy rectangle.  Mine finished at 43"x 61", perfect for a toddler or a throw on the sofa.     


I also finished another pillow sham for my cousin.  I actually painted the front and the back has a zipper closure.  It should fit nicely around a 20" pillow form (I only had an 18" form for the pic).

I hope that everyone is doing well and I'm hoping for a little cooler weather soon.  -April@Little Mama Hen.

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6 comments:

  1. How beautiful, April! Another work of art!

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  2. Awesome quilt! Is there a pattern available for it?

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    1. Thanks so much Judy!! There is no real pattern. Everything is just from my scrap pile. I started with 3 inch squares and a 2 inch strips. I alternated between light and dark fabrics for contrast. :) It's so easy and LOTS of fun. Of course, anything to use up those scraps is awesome!!!

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  3. Scrappy quilts are great, aren't they?!? You've got great colors in yours.
    Great job painting the pillow!

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  4. Your pillow is fabulous! I love anything with text. Lovely scraps too. Do you have scraps left? Lol

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