Friday, July 4, 2014

Red white and blue revisited...

This holiday time of year just begs me to pull out the RWB scraps and make something, anything! Unfortunately for me, the projects I have on the front burner at the moment are anything but RWB, so I'll just have to enjoy some blasts from the past...Here's a look at some past projects to fuel your Independence Day spirit...

Tumbler made for one of my awesome aunts...

Scrappy stars (mine on the left) made for Quilts of Valor project...

This one is from Sandy Klop's book Quilts for All Seasons, made for my dad.
This is a Minnick & Simpson pattern called "Chippewa Nine Patch". It was strip piecing therapy for me and I loved every minute of making it.
No wonder I have so many RWB scraps! So whether you're out enjoying a parade, the fireworks, a BBQ, time with family and friends or just some pleasantly "pieceful" stitching time - Happy Birthday America!



  1. A very nice revisit of your quilts!

  2. I've made that scrappy stars quilt, I love it. The Minnick and Simpson piece in the last pic is fabulous, that is an endeavor to make. Btw you are still a no reply blogger, :-(

  3. Your Chippewa Nine Patch is absolutely stunning! I love it!