Monday, November 3, 2014

Cleaning up after the storm

Good Monday morning quilty friends!  What a weekend, huh?  Here in central Indiana we had a small burst of winter on Halloween evening with a monster sized snow flurry.  The snowflakes where the size of on Oreo!  It only lasted about 10 minutes and did't accumulate, thank goodness, I'm not ready for all that nonsense.  That wasn't the only storm in Podunk.  Somehow a hurricane blew threw the studio leaving a huge mess of projects.  What can a gal do but start cleaning up the path of destruction.  While digging my way out of the debris I ran across some miscalculated HST's scraps.  Oh what the heck lets make a quick quilt top from them just to get them out of the way.  Here's a sneak peek of the block I made by sewing them together in pairs. 
I'll be back in a day or two to show the finished top.  

~ Lea Anne ~

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7 comments:

  1. Hmmm. That same hurricane blew through my sewing roomhere in Florida too.

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  2. I love to find orphaned parts in my sewing room. Sometimes they make the coolest quilts. It's the beauty from the storm damage!

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  3. That looks like a great use of orphan HSTs.

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  4. you work fast , it takes me a few weeks to put together a quilt top

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  5. I would be happy for a hurricane to blow though and bring lots of half square triangles with it

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  6. I love that you tidied up by sewing the scraps into a top!! Hope the storm didn't do any damage

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