Monday, December 22, 2014

Cascadia Sew-Along

I participated in Lori's Cascadia sew-along only I was late in getting started.  I did the piecing but have not gone further.  I want to see how others have finished their piece.


I have bunches of 1 1/2" squares of reproduction fabrics cut and set aside.  Easy for me to pick out a bunch and sew into this doll quilt.

Visit Lori's blog post to see links to other versions of this little quilt.

Karen

17 comments:

WoolenSails said...

That is really beautiful, lot of small pieces.
I do love to make small quilts, fun to make and hand stitch them.

Debbie

audrey said...

Such a great use of scraps! It was fun to see them all.:)

Kyle said...

I recognize lots of your squares. Lots of fantastic fabrics. It was a fun project. Thanks for sharing yours.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I love it--very cute and fun to spy some of the fabrics in my stash too!

Janet O. said...

So, do you think you will put a border on it?
You've done a really nice job so far.

belarmina said...

precioso y alegre!!!!
ya visite a Lori, todos muy bonitos
en unos días visitare todos los blog que participaron
buenos días

CecileD said...

Hello Karen ! I love your cute version ! It's so fresh !!
You can see all finished Cascadia to have an idea ...There are so many amazing quilts !
Hugs from France ! :)

Nancy said...

These little quilts are popping up all over blog land. Yours is just too cute.

Lori said...

So cute!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

I enjoy using up scraps--your quilt is lovely--something to enjoy for many years to come

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Merry Christmas!

Flickenstichlerin said...

Great scrap project, love your solor and fabric choices. Looks very pretty.
Have a Merry Christmas,
Sylvia

Maureen said...

A beautiful collection of repro fabrics!

em's scrapbag said...

Love all it's scrappy goodness.

Jeanna said...

There are lots of pieces in this one. Love the fabric choices.

Melanie said...

Great way to use up those scraps. Love it.

Anonymous said...

Love it and your fabric choices! This would be so cute tucked over a basket or crock. Yum!