Sunday, November 1, 2015

Pink Progress

 Last week I decided to take my sewing machine along with me to mamma's.  Between her upset stomach and Doctor appointments I managed to make a few blocks with my scrappy pinks.


After making a few of the blocks above I thought it might be a good idea to make a test block of the alternating block.


The best part was seeing how it was going to look with both blocks together.  I'm Lovin' It!


There's no time for a proper tutorial.  It's such an easy pattern I'm sure most of you don't need a tutorial.  So I'm going to give you the basics.
The pinks are scrappy so there's no way I can give yardage for them. 
3 yards of pale yellow background.
1 yard for the binding
5.5 yards for the backing
The quilt will finish at 72.50 x 84
Below is how many of each you will need to cut.



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16 comments:

  1. this is going to be a lovely quilt thanks for the info, I will try a bock have added it to the to do lst!

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  2. Thank you for all the measurements
    This quilt you are making is very lovely and simple, it's simplicity is what makes it so charming

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  3. Ooh, I love it! I'll have to add it to my list!

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  4. Very pretty! It's a great way to use up all those scraps.

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  5. I am going to use my stash of 2.5" squares and adjust the other block meas. this is an awesome idea. Thanks!

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  6. Pretty! My favorite color, and I have some of those fabrics! Thanks for the tut--I've got some squares to use up, though they're not pink :(

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  7. Your pink scrappy quilt is looking beautiful! I have 2 small totes filled with 2 inch scraps, I am really considering creating this quilt. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day!

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  8. Beautiful! Thanks for the info....

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  9. It's looking great! Going to be such a cute quilt!

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  10. Pink and yellow are such cheerful happy colors. They remind me of sherbet and summertime. Lots and lots of good wishes to your mom!

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  11. The quilt is so sweet and the colours soothing. Very suitable for girls.
    Sandra

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  12. Really like the addition of your yellow alternate block - looks really good together!

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  13. Your pink scraps will turn into a wonderful quilt. I like the pale yellow for the alternative blocks.

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  14. I have been following your progress with this quilt....it is so pretty but then I am partial to pinks! I would like to invite you to visit my Linky Party on Mondays at Bits'nBobs
    ps...you may have to scroll down a wee bit!

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  15. Your number of pink blocks blows my mind! But it is going to be a gorgeous quilt! The pink and yellow is so pretty togetherr.

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