Friday, December 11, 2015

Friday Finish - Scrap Tucker

Pam Buda's latest Pocket Patchwork Sewalong is called "Tucker". It was a mystery quilt adventure, so we didn't know what we were making when we started. That's my idea of fun! 
What's a "Tucker" you ask? It's a little quilt made of scraps that you can tuck into little places in your home that need a bit of colour and quilty decoration. 


I changed my version slightly and instead of having the large scrap square portion at the top of the quilt, I inserted some letters and machine stitched around the edges to keep them in place. It measures 10.5" x 15.5".

Pam will be having an "Airing of the Quilts" next week and I'll remind you then so you can see the "Tuckers" that have been made. A big thank you to Pam for another fun quilt!

9 comments:

  1. Great version of Tucker - I can't wait to see the airing.

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  2. I especially like that it doesn't have to be quilted! I'll be finishing mine later this week-end if I can. Love the SCRAP letters.

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  3. Love that! It is very cute. Much nicer doing the applique rather than having a block of colour.

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  4. Aha! A little tucker for around the home? Or for around the blog!!! It's so cute...so where have you tucked it?!

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  5. Very bright tucker! Congrats on the finish.

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  6. Love you "scrap" header addition! All the reveals were so inventive, I think Pam would be proud!

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