Friday, October 24, 2014

TGIF - Let's start something new!

It's Friday and you know what that means! 
Time to sew!
I started my October QPOM (Quilt Project of the Month) for my local guild. I decided to use some Berenstain bears fabrics that I have been hoarding saving for a couple of years. 


I am adding lots of dotty scraps and hoping it will not be too wild of a combination. I am using the Companion Angle ruler to make the QST blocks. The blocks on the top left were the tester blocks which were too small. Now I have my math right, and just need to make hundreds more.

16 comments:

  1. guess you will need to make a little mini quilt to go along with this quilt with those adorable small blocks!
    great fabrics, very fun! brings back memories of reading all those books to my children. Have fun its a great quilt
    Kathie

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  2. Looks like you will have a lot of fun with those fabrics. Love your new banner!

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  3. I had wondered how long it would be before we saw this mont's quilt pattern of the month! My daughter loved those books when she was little.

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  4. You can never get too wild in a quilt. It's all good and you have a great start on a masterpiece! Hugs.

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  5. I can't see the pattern very well in the photo so it will be interesting to see how this one looks as you progress

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  6. Just hundreds more? You'll be done in no time, right? *LOL*
    This is very cute, Kathy. These books were all over our house when the kids were young.

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  7. What a fun pattern!! And with those fabrics, it will be fabulous.

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  8. Oh "Beary" cute! Neat project with that fabric and the dots--I think it will sparkle...hugs, Julierose

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  9. I find dottie fabrics always successful in a quilt, I should use them more. Your new project looks very nice!

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  10. Perfect fabric for a young child. Love the pattern and the fabric. Enjoy!

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  11. looking good, I do have the companion angle along with the easy angle but must own up to not using them! I expect there are lots of us with numerous templates bought and not used, must get my act together and work them out.

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  12. Your choice of brightly colored fabrics with the dots makes for a cheery quilt. Bernstein bear scraps brings it all together.

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  13. Fun pattern, fun fabrics, fun project!

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  14. Oh this looks like it's going to be a fun finish with that adorable B. Bear fabric!!!

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