Sunday, March 23, 2014

Playing...

When I showed you these scraps,


I intended to play with them!


And this is the result....

the back...

the back first, before I ironed it!

This measures just 11 and 1/4 inches.


As does this one!

the back...

I'm thinking of either combining them into a mini,

I even like the angles of the seams in this one...
with another one.

Or should I keep them separate?


I have plenty more of these scraps to play with,


 in the meantime!

Happy sewing!

SUZ

24 comments:

  1. Very pretty scraps - I see a series of minis coming on xxx

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  2. Wonderful! I'd keep them seperate and keep playing to see what other formations you come up with.

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  3. Oooo!! love the scrappy block, interested to see what you end up doing.

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  4. oooh, got enough for nine blocks? 3 x 3 set up. I could see a starburst pattern with your second block as the centre, then 4 of your first block as each diagonal corner, then another 4 blocks in the centre of each edge.
    Lotta work though, sorry!

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  5. I love them. Great 'playing' came up with great ideas.

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  6. I think keep them separate too. I wonder how many different combinations you can come up with.

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  7. Ohhhhh! I love these! And how tiny! I think you should keep them separate as well. It is a series. Isn't it fun to just play around without any worry of getting it right!

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  8. So very fun. I'd keep them separate but it might depend on what the rest of your little pile turns into.

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  9. Those are so cute! What tiny pieces. I like the above comment of the starburst. You could also make a few more and frame them in white and then put them together into a table topper or wall ganging. I think if you keep them separate you may loose them.
    I look forward to seeing what else becomes of those pretty scraps.

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  10. So much fun! They'd make great cushion covers...maybe front and back?

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  11. They are gorgeous! Soooo tiny though, I don't know how you can have the patience!

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  12. Those are so cute! Love the pops of colour.

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  13. What fun! Hmm, I'm thinking separate.

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  14. They look stunning. I think I agree with keeping them separate.

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  15. What fun! If you made some more you could piece them into a much larger quilt.

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  16. So cool Susan! I'm torn, I like them separate but also like the idea of a bunch of them made into a larger project!

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  17. these are just the sweetest - I think they would make amazing minis. Glad you are finding some time to play :-)

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  18. Separate please (-: and loverly.

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  19. I love those tiny pieces. I would keep them separate or make another of each and then combine them.

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  20. Cute, cute, cute! They look like a pillow back and front. You could do that and call it done... if you're wanting to move on to something else.

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  21. You played well! They are both really effective in their own ways and I think 'keep them separate' .. but what do I know! You will decide the right thing. ;) xCathy

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  22. Very clever! I love the first, like mini shadow boxes. It will be interesting to see what you make from the next batch of scraps.

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  23. Such a creative use of scraps,with a beautiful finish. I say keep them separate..

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  24. Love both, but very fun to keep them separate. I can't wait to see what they came from (their mother-ship block). You may have started a new trend!

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