Thursday, May 19, 2016

Sewing For the New Stove

I wanted to sew, not cut new pieces or figure out where I left off on the UFOs, so I pulled out pieces that I'd cut a couple of years ago to make another Full Blown Quilt Lust.  There was originally a plan for this, but I can't remember quite what it was.

Now it's a potholder. I'll use it up and wear it out and no one will care that my points don't match. And I got the fun of sewing 200 little bitty pieces together. Those snowball blocks and nine-patches finish at 1 1/2."

I'm linking up to Crazy Mom Quilts, Keep Calm Craft On


Libby in TN said...

Making potholders and mug rugs is such a good way to use up pieces and parts. Also a good way to use up bits of batting. I need to do this!

Laura said...

Wow! Teeny, tiny piecing!

The Slow Quilter said...

You are a better person then me. Anything that small might have had fun in my trash bin. Good use of up cycling.

Carie @ Space for the Butterflies said...

Oh wow that is teeny tiny - and yay for getting to actually use and enjoy something so pretty!

Bev Kimmel said...

My goodness! At first glance I thought it was a bed size quilt. You must have a lot of patience to make something with such small pieces. That deserves congratulations!


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