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I just did a quick little charity quilt for the guild. They had a pile of 4.5” flannel strips, and on pinterest, I found a pattern from JoAnns called Spin Me Round.
here it is....
it is about a 46” square.
Thanks, Judy. It feels good to finally get some of those flimsies closer to going out the door..
Thank you! This is fun sharing ideas back and forth. I don't remember the name of it, but here is one of your inspirations but in 30s prints.
Thank you, Ami. here are still so many scraps!
You really need to stop sharing things that I want to try!. I don't have the will power to finish what I'm on before trying something new. I have several layer cakes that I didn't know what to do with. Also, it is a rather forgiving pattern so that if you didn't get the sides lined up perfectly you could use a 9 .5 inch ruler to trim them all up. I think I remember Dee making one called chopsticks quite some time ago.
That is a great design. What a cool way to use some strips.
I really need to dig into my scrap bins as well. My focus has bee quilting so I am quilting tops and not generating tops right now. I have a bin with 11 tops ready to go and then about 5 more tops I need to piece backs for.
Well done! Definitely fun, I agree. Tell me again what you do with yours? I have a growing stack, including some I originally thought to keep but now am ready to pass along.