Friday, May 7, 2010

The Last 15 Minutes



Here it is, 4 days of 15 minute sewing. It looks interesting and my scrap pile is now very small. This has been alot of fun! I can't wait to see what Victoria does to it next. (Trust me when I say she is salivating over this.)




Have a great weekend and happy sewing!

11 comments:

Judi said...

Wow that's really your scrap pile? Love the quilt you made with your scraps. Looking forward to seeing the quilting.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

It's gorgeous Shelly!

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

Let me at it!!
Realize this is about, what? 15"?

Can't wait to cut and change it up!!
:-)

belinda said...

Waaaaa...you are doing so good with your 15 minute/scraps!! This is such a good idea...uh yes, I should give it a try!!

LOVE LOVE the blue toenails!!!

Deborah said...

Looks good!

sewtakeahike said...

this is such a cool idea! it's nice to have a small scrap pile. mine always seems OOC though!

Alexis said...

Very fun! I can't wait to see what V does to it either!

Rene' said...

I've enjoyed watching your scrap quilt grow and your pile diminish ;-)). Love what you and V can do with fifteen minutes!!!

Laurie Ann said...

I love it! Wish you would have quilted and bound it just as it was. I think it's sad it got all cut up!! :(

Em said...

How fun!!! I was just telling Victoria how much I love the idea of "15 minutes" and look what you have done!!! Can't wait to see end product, Em

Tonya R said...

I LOVE this. It's fascinating to see those bumpy bits sticking off all the edges. can I just ask about HOW you sew. do you trim off the edges of a row (with a rotary cutter or scissors?) before you add the next row? or do you keep all the edges bumpy and aim for a straightish line as you sew them together? Do you steam press to get it to lay flat?