Friday, October 24, 2014

Fall 2014 Blogger's Quilt Festival, Scrappy Category

Thank you to Amy for hosting the Blogger's Quilt Festival. I can't believe this is my 6th time to participate. This time I am entering my Selvage Block quilt in the Scrappy Quilt category. This quilt is the definition of "scrappy". It is made from selvages cut from the edge of the fabric that so many people throw away, all scraps.
I wrote a detailed blog post here, that explains all about it.You can also see more photos of it in that blog post.

I also entered my Single Girl quilt in the Large Quilt category.
Trash to Treasure

Quilt Stats:
Name: Trash to Treasure
Fabric: selvage remnants 
Backing: Architextures 108" extra wide in Blue
Batting" Warm and White
Binding: Madrona Road text in black
Thread: Pieced and quilted with Aurifil 50wt. color 2310
size: 74" x 74"

Looking back at my other entries I can tell I usually go with an emotional entry. Usually a quilt that I have gifted or that had a big impact on my quilt journey.


Kat said...

This is so cool! I save my selvedges, some day I will do something like this with them.

Canadian Abroad said...

This is your quilt that I just want to snuggle under and read all the different selvedges in it. Hours of fun and entertainment!

Lisa in Port Hope said...

It certainly looks comfy and warm. Good luck in the festival!

Katy Cameron said...

Perfect scrappy choice

Leanne said...

This quilt is fantastic, a perfect choice for the festival.

Carla said...

I adore this quilt. It must weigh a tonne ; )

Karen H said...

Wow - what a fabulous quilt! It really looks fresh and oh so cozy! Good luck!

Poppyprint said...

SO AWESOME!!! Thanks again for the inspiration to use my selvages, too!!

Tara Celeste said...

I save all my selveges for my mom. I'll have to share your quilt with her!

Kate said...

Nicely done. Very pretty.

audrey said...

Really great quilt!!

Hilary Florence said...

Now this really is a scrappy quilt - not just some material you have bought and cut into scraps! Where did you get so many selvedges from? Anyway, it is very effective.