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Monday, May 11, 2015

An Ode to Scrappy Low Volume Quilts

Scrappy low volume quilts, oh how I love you.


I never seem to have enough prints because all I want to do is mix and match you.
Your versatile nature makes these bold sunset colors pop.
And these muted rainbow colors pop.
Text prints - you have my heart, too.
It just wouldn't be the same if you were all one fabric.
You make the quilting part a dream.
All that "negative space"... sigh. 
Scrappy low volume... never change.

[Low volume mug rug, for CJMQG May swap]

All my love,

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8 comments:

  1. :) You make beautiful quilted goodness with them. I really like the colors you are using in the misdirection pattern test!

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  2. I love all the fabrics you are using in this pattern test. I enjoy looking at all the different scraps and recognising different fabrics lines.

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  3. 'It just wouldn't be the same if you were all one fabric.' I know what you mean! Years ago, I made a stack and slash LV/cream background to applique flowers on. It was so pretty that I was tempted not to add the flowers!

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  4. Just beautiful - the mug rug and the poem :)

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  5. This looks like a great LV fabric using quilt! I should totally make one...you know...someday.

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  6. Love the LV background in your Misdirection quilt Jessica - the sunset colours are beautiful too!

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  7. I'm singing right along with ya!! What a lovely quilt!

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  8. Love the colors. Love the scrappy low volumes... great project!

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