Saturday, 10 December 2022

Some Sewing Got Done

How about a Scrap Jar Star in green?

Yep! Did that.

I have figured out the layout for the Jericho Wall quilt so I started on the sashing. I seem to have forgotten how to sew the sashing though. The pressing was not right on this one but it stays. I'll try to do better with the third block. I also noticed (too late) that the sashing is of the same fabric as a piece in the first block. It stays anyway. 

Also tried some more Drunkard's Path blocks. I got some good advice in my last post about this block and I'm putting them to use. Thanks again, everyone. Only 8 blocks made so far so I'm still learning how this works. Regardless, I'm happy with these.



Have a great week.
;^)


Joining some quilty friends
Angela at So Scrappy 
Frédérique at Patchwork and Quilts 
Cynthia for Oh Scrap! 

13 comments:

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I love that star and have made it before - an easy way to use up scraps.

Lin said...

Great star and I love the colours of your drunkards path. xx

chrisknits said...

I love Scrap Jar!! That was one of the first patterns I made when I returned to quilting. I think I might need to make a Christmas Scrap Jar. LOL! Well, maybe just a runner.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Your green scrap jar star is so pretty! I love that block, too. Liking the sashing on your Jericho Wall blocks - that's going to make a great secondary design!

Michelle said...

I love the star block! And I have a Drunkard’s Path quilt going now too.

Pat said...

fun scrap jar star block!

Fiona said...

What lovely blocks.... on a roll...

Hugz

Astrid said...

Love your green scrap jar star block! Great way to use those small squares. Drunkard's Path is on my bucket list.

Nann said...

Ijust scrolled back to see all the Jericho Wall and all the Scrap Jar posts....what a colorful array! And you've given me ideas...

gayle said...

The sashing for your Jericho walls is perfect! I'm looking forward to seeing that one all together. And your Scrap Jar Star reminds me that I really want to make one of those myself!

Sandy Panagos said...

That is a perfect scrappy block! I like the sashing setting you've chosen for your Jericho Wall blocks. Happy Holidays to you!

Frédérique said...

Belle étoile verte, et bravo pour les courbes !
Bises

Jocelyn is Canadian Needle Nana said...

Hi I am caught up on your posts now. I like that you persevered to stitch the nasty curve in the Drunkards Path block. I have the acrylic templates to stitch that block some time. I always make a mess in the sewing room, just can't seem to keep it tidy. Wow, you and the gals did a great job stitching all those bibs. You are stitching some great blocks here too as always. Happy Stitching from me.