And those silly scraps spilled into Sunday!
Sorry to be so late with my "S" post!
Saturday my studio was filled with some salty Senoritas
who sewed so many scrap blocks it made my head spin!
We gathered together to sew blocks which will eventually be
made into quilts, then donated to Project Linus,
who in turn will lovingly gift them to children who are sick.
Liz, Joanne, Pat, Eve, Jodie, Dolly, Jenny, Kathy, Mia and Roberta (not pictured)
had their heads down and were working intently!
Eve, the Phoenix West Valley Project Linus coordinator, joined us today to
fill us in on how the quilts are distributed and all things Project Linus.
A job well done by all!
|These are some of the blocks that we cut and sewed in the studio on Saturday.|
They are so bright and cheery!
|This is what the Bullseye Quilt blocks look like when put together in a quilt.|
and features a scrappy foundation pieced border.
My kids used to take this quilt to camp with them and it has been well loved!
|Another example of a scrappy Bullseye Quilt made in school colors.|
|One of my favorite scrappy Bullseye quilts made to look like|
Sunflowers in a field using a blue background like the sky,
a green circle for leaves, a yellow circle for the flower and
a brown circle for the flower's center.
|There goes Eve with a smile on her face|
and her hands full of quilts
that will someday find a new home
wrapped around a child who needs a hug.
|This is MY favorite Scrappy Sewer!|
Not quite 2 years old and already comfortable sitting in front of the sewing machine.
Luckily her little legs don't permit her feet to reach the pedal yet!
Tune in Tomorrow for a terrific "T" tutorial.
God Bless, tammy