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Sunday, February 01, 2015

Scrap-In-A-Box Part One

Charlotte, over at Scrapitude Quilts, posted her first clue for the Scrap-In-A-Box mystery a couple weeks ago.

This week, I completed it - 82 of this little block - each squared up to 2 1/2 inches.

I had a little fun trying out different ways of putting them together.

However, there are lots of cut pieces yet to incorporate into this quilt - I'm sure the finished product will have none of these combinations in it!

I have not forgotten about my Drop and Give Me Twenty commitment.  Today was February 1st, and I actually gave Beth about 200 minutes, being Sunday and all.  I cut my binding for the Sand and Sea Glass quilt...

 ...sewed it on the front, and started hand stitching the back.

Linking up to

Scraptastic Tuesday


Ioleen said...

Looked good Colleen. Nice job.

Rosemary Dickinson said...

I love patterns that let you use up those little scraps! Am curious to see what this is going to look like!

audrey said...

What a great pattern for using up scraps!

Nicky said...

How exciting! I've never been brave enough to join a mystery - I like to pretend I know where I'm going with my quilts though they often turn out differently to what I expect.

Good luck with your DAGMT projects - I hadn't heard of that one but have joined the Finish-along (3rd year now) and that helps me!

Thanks for joining us at #scraptastictuesday

genevievegraves said...

This looks like a fascinating block! I can't wait to see how the quilt shapes up.

Ann said...

What delightful fabrics. I love your pinwheel layout and anticipate what you will really do with these blocks. It will be special.