Sunday, October 25, 2015

Podunk Pickins #10

Hellos sweet friends!  I'm running a little late today with Podunk Pickin's.  For some reason I thought today was Saturday.  OOOPS!   My distraction was 
1652 pink 2 x 2 squares.  Scraps!  I'll be linking up today's post at Quilting is more fun than Housework for the week OH SCRAP Linky party.


If I counted correctly there's about 50  different prints.  The plan is to clear out those scrap bins by making a scrap quilt of each color.  Well after cutting all of these I still have enough pink for a couple more quilts.  Not sure I'll be able to keep up with this bright idea.


The pattern is a basic Irish chain quilt.  Here's the layout and my cutting notes.  It took a day and half to cut the pink, the butter background shouldn't take nearly as long.


Now let's get to Podunk Pickin's link up.  

This will be the last week you can enter to win the super sweet Santa Express Bundle below from this months sponsor Bev at 44th Street Fabrics.  


There's been several ways to enter the drawing during the month of October.  If you're new to Podunk Pickin's  you can still enter the previous weeks by clicking on the Podunk Pickin's Logo in my blog side bar. 


This week you can enter by linking up a quilting/sewing tip or tutorial from your blog or other social media sites.  For this week all who link up will get 10 entries in the drawing.  It can be a new or old post that you want to revive, as long as it's new to Podunk Pickin's link up.  Please only one link up a week.


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14 comments:

  1. That pink irish chain is going to look gorgeous! Lovely scrappy project!

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  2. Love all those different pink fabrics. It will be a pretty quilt,

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  3. I just want to swipe all those pink squares and bring them to my house! Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap! A pink quilt will be so much fun.

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  4. Your quilt is going to be so beautiful. I can't wait to see your progress.

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  5. When I get my scraps cut, I'll try sorting like that. Love the pink and yellow plan.

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  6. you certainly have a challenge on here but ty least the worst part (to me) is the cutting, very small squares but it will look amazing when complete

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  7. I love the pink and yellow plan, too! 50 different pinks?? That's impressive... and beautiful.

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  8. Oh that is going to be SO SWEET! I love the Irish chain pattern, and I love your pink scraps. lol. Have fun!

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  9. Gosh your fabrics and your pattern are so lovely. I tried counting the eit bitty tiny Suarez to figure out the size of the quilt but my eyes just can't do it.
    So short cut is to ask you what your size your finished quilt will be ?
    Also how are you putting it together ?
    By rows?
    Blocks ?
    So lovely
    Colleen
    colleen1990atyahoodotcom

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  10. That sure is a lot of pieces to cut. But the result will be worth it...Loveliness. Karen

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  11. That's a lot of pinkness and a lot of cutting. It's going to be very pretty quilt.

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