Sunday, February 20, 2011

Scrappy Sunday - Finally the Red!

Thanks to the very generous Kathy from Cottage Garden Quilter, I have a red Dresden in the works for my wedding quilt!!!

Kathy emailed me after I mentioned offhand that I lacked reds in my stash - it's not one of my favorite colors, and I've only been quilting for almost a year, so my stash is not complete (well, is it ever?!). Anyway, I was absolutely floored when she offered to send me some of her red scraps. Look what I received in the mail today! SO many scraps, and chocolates, too! Thank you so much, Kathy!

So, I got right to work, and here's my Dresden plate, all ready to sew. I can't wait.

I also have the green one in the works but I'm going to save that finishing for March... because I feel like green might be the next color... :)

Meanwhile, check out the "special" red Dresden I'm putting in - one for each plate - I love this traveling gnome. I knew buying a half yard of this Michael Miller fabric would come in handy at some point, and this is my first time using it...

...and I thought I would have less scraps after all this! But, I'm not complaining. I love to make scrappy things. There's always that little piece you put away that you'll never think you'll use, and then, VOILA, you find a use for it one day - it's like magic :)

Over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Sarah is giving away two patterns to two lucky winners - from Rebecca of Chasing Cottons. I read both of these blogs regularly - they are wonderful! - and the patterns are simply gorgeous.

And 1 Choice 4 Quilting is celebrating their grand opening with a huuuuuuge Sunkissed giveaway! Seriously, go check it out, and their inventory - everything is 20% off!

That's it for now :) But I'm very excited for more sewing tomorrow.


  1. How exciting to get new scraps in the mail. your red Dresden blades looks fabulous. Green for March, hmmmm..... sounds like a great plan.

  2. So nice of her to send you some red scraps. You made a lovely Dresden plate with them! I can't wait to see how pretty that quilt will be when you finish it.

  3. What a thoughtful gift to get in the mail. Your dresden plate is going to be fabulous.

  4. Great squishie in the mail! I love the gnome in the dresden plates. What a funny plan. Great use of scraps.


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