Bring Me The Scraps Quilt

Do you love a bright and colourful quilt as much as I do? 



Well you might just like my newest project called 'Bring Me The Scraps' which is
 published in the latest (Feb/March 2020) issue of Australian Homespun magazine.



This quilt was such fun to make. I loved delving through my scrap baskets to find the right fabric combinations to piece each block. I've used fabrics in this quilt from all over the place and from all sorts of previous projects. It was a little trip down memory lane and quite enjoyable.

The blocks are set on point, which I love. I've used a dark blue/white print for the outer triangles and the wide border which I think really make the blocks pop even more.

If you'd like to make my 'Bring Me The Scraps' quilt, the magazine is now on sale, both in stores and online through zinio. This is where I grabbed these image screen shots. I just love the photography in this magazine.



This issue is really bright and fun. It introduces the new 2020 Tilda Block Of the Month which is designed by Tone Finnanger along with projects by Minki Kim, Claire Turpin, Toni Alexander, Marilyn Bell, Chris Austin, Catherine Boys and Brenda Ryan.



Australian Homespun is also available internationally through Amazon.

16 comments

  1. Congratulations on being "published". There is nothing like a scrappy, bright and happy quilt. Well done.

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    1. Thank you so much Karen. I seem to have been sewing with scraps for the longest time, but the pile never seems to go down!

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  2. Yes, congrats on having your quilt published. Beautiful quilt !!!

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  3. Congratulations!!! This quilt makes me smile! Such a happy quilt!!

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    1. Thank you! I'm pleased to read that this quilt makes you happy :) It certainly brightens up a dull room.

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  4. Congratulations on being published :-) The quilt looks beautiful :-)

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    1. Thank you so much Raewyn.
      I’m waiting on the print copy to arrive so I can take my time looking through the pages of the magazine.

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    1. It certainly doesn't lack brightness or colour. Thanks for stopping by :)

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  6. Oh what fun!!! and congrats on being published!

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    1. Thank you so much. It's exciting to see my work on the glossy pages of a magazine.

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