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Mar 22, 2017

The Right Fabric for The Right Job

I found this wonderful fabric on the sales bin & snapped it up. As soon as I saw it I thought, it's time for another "strip" quilt.
I carefully cut the parts I wanted to use for this project & stored the rest. I cut 36 muslin squares at 12 1/2" & went to work.
This is how far I've gotten thus far.
Close up 1
Close up 2
I hope to have the top finished by early next week!!




4 comments:

Gene Black said...

It is always fun to find something you know you can use in the sales bin. I love the way you are using this one.

diane said...

It was a win-win situation. Let the fabric work it's magic.
Nice quilt!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Boy, you sure had an eye for how you wanted to use this fabric. They look great in the blocks.
xx, Carol

desertskyquilts said...

Way cool fussy cutting on the stripes. That's the most interesting quilt. I really like what you've made.

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