stashbusting my way to another top

Hot off the press--the top using the leftover blocks and yardage that Finn sent. I showed the 12 blocks I sashed and cornerstoned in yesterday's post. I had the 4 Ohio Star blocks done yesterday and today worked on the snowballs. I had pulled some greens out of my stash for a few star tips; when I went to put them away, I noticed a piece of peach colored tone on tone that might go with the blocks---5 of the block had a hint of orange or coral so it looked like a good choice. The white on white is the same piece I used for the sashing on yesterday's Ohio Star top but actually it is leftover yardage from those SEC quilts I was commissioned to make last fall. I did not want to cut another strip for just one block so I seamed the white on the bottom block from the end fold. Seems like someone is always wanting blocks WOW . My stock is low so I still have a strip about 14 wide by 90 long for another use. Not sure where that peach piece came from but there is are only a few bits of it left for the strip boxes.

I stitched up the cutaways from the diagonally flipped corners for the snowball blocks so have a nice pile of HST's to trim down for something----maybe include them in the orphan block pile I came up with when I was cleaning last weekend. A green floral Debbie Mumm print with white lilies of the valley I had intended for binding on another quilt a couple years back has finally found an appropriate quilt. Plus I had enough of a green scribble on white background leftover from a Hancock's closing sale purchase to use for the backing.

There were some pretty 4 1/2 inch squares left that were cut for block centers and some background fabric left but I'll set those aside for another use. Nine patches or something ?

Done stitching for the day----

Comments

  1. What a cute top! Congrats on the finish.

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  2. Nice quilt! Congratulations on some fatastic stash busting!

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  3. Wow, that turned out as if it were planned to be that way instead of something made of leftovers. Great job.

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  4. Stashbusting can bring out some great quilts. Love it *s*

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  5. I am sure that Finn would be pleased to see her donation put to such productive use! Well done!

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  6. Yes awesome stash busting! It's fun, too, right?!

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  7. Finn is very happy to see all the parts of her donation put to such productive use..*VBS* Great job on this one too! Very creative way to use that leftovers stuff. And it looks like it was planned. Hugs, Finn

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