Sunday, February 12, 2012

Rainbow Scrap Challenge - Green

I meant to accomplish a lot more this week, but I got caught up in organizational tasks in the sewing room...yuck :(
I did finish up this little quilt top that used up a few green scraps. I made this quilt 3 years ago, and at the time I had cut out extra pieces to make a second one.  I found them when I was cleaning this week. I used a green ribbon for the stem of the shamrock. I hope it will be ready in time for this year's St. Patrick's Day celebrations!
To see other green projects, hop over to Angela's blog.

11 comments:

  1. That is such a fun shamrock quilt! How big does it finish? I have been wanting to make a shamrock wall hanging and this one looks so good!

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  2. So cute! Love the stem. Hope you get it done in time for the big day.

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  3. I love that shamrock! Very cute and so scrappy green. Hope you are able to get it finished before St. Patty's day this year.

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  4. That's quite a bonnie shamrock!

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  5. i love it!!! thanks for sharing!

    i'll start on mine and hopefully get it done by next st patty's day :)

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  6. Great idea for a green scrap quilt. Love the shamrock background fabric.

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  7. Very cute top - may the luck of the Irish be with you and you get it all done in time for St. Patrick's Day!

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  8. Very cute! I like the other one too. You are ready for March!

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  9. How neat to be able to make a complete and cute quiltlet with scraps/leftovers.

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