Saturday, November 14, 2015

Scrappy Saturday

Lots of power sewing is going on this weekend, and in between piecing the quilt blocks I am trying to finish, I am making little Alamo Stars as leader/enders. You can see one brown star being slowly made, and two green and blue star pieces clipped together ready to be the next leader/ender block.




These are the first 6 stars finished using greenish batik scraps, and some leftover brown pieces from last month.
To see more scrap projects in the works, hop over to SoScrappy.

17 comments:

  1. The lime and brown look really great together. Beautiful!

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  2. Beautiful stars! I love all scrappy things.

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  3. That's a great little star. Your 6 are looking very happy sitting there together. ;-)

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  4. What beautiful batik Alamo Stars you've made! Such a smart quilter to use them for Leaders and Enders. I get too sidetracked when I try to work that way...even though it's a GREAT time saving technique!

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  5. I'm always so impressed with those itty bitty stars. I love them!

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  6. Oh such cute little stars ...Alamo huh? Hmmmm Maybe next year's RSC??? hugs, Julierose

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  7. Always enjoy seeing these cute little stars.

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  8. Scrappy Makes us HAPPY! Have a fun time making your stars! The Mystery is coming SOON. QuiltCam tomorrow!

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  9. Love the Alamo stars but what is more intriguing is what they are leader enders for with all that power sewing.

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  10. This weekend marks the end of one season of deer hunting. So I might get a wee bit more sewing in this week.

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  11. Those Alamo Stars are going to make such a gorgeous quilt.

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  12. That's a nice little block! I look forward to seeing them all together!

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  13. Cute stars. I've never heard of that name before, but I have visited the Alamo. Keep up the good work!

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  14. Such cute little stars! Well done. :- )

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