GaDuGi, a safecenter for women, children and men affected by sexual violence. It was made by Nancy Ann Huyett Brown. It definitely qualifies as a great way to use scraps too small to save.
Nancy said she was using fat quarters to cut 3 strips 18 1/2" x 5 1/2". She used the leftovers to make this little quilt. It sounds fun. She didn't have a pattern, just the scraps. She stitched it in a motel room with a friend. She said they both had their featherweights along and were sewing on a table smaller than a card table.
Nancy's pieced strips are 1" wide. Depths of each piece vary - some are 1/4" up to 5/8". The sashing measures 1/2" wide. The total quilt measures 10" x 9 1/2". It hangs in my office and I like seeing it every day.
As a beginning quilter...how neat!ReplyDelete
Lucky you! An attractive little piece. I love reading about the process of making this with a Featherweight in the hotel room.ReplyDelete