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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Leftovers.............

I made another attempt to clean off my cutting table and found a few wedges leftover from a Kaleidoscope quilt top I made many years ago.  I knew where my other Kaleidoscope leftovers were in the basement so I headed down there.  I found some more of the same batch plus this piece of leftover strata.  I have enough pieces to make 4 blocks before cutting the strata.
In the basement spot I also found all of the leftovers from the floral Kaleidoscope quilt I made.  I haven't figured out how many blocks I can make from all of this strata.  I'm sure there will be enough for a good size table topper.

I also worked on the black, gray and white TAW and got another 15 long strips sewn together.  I unpicked the last 15 loops and I just have 12 long strips to sew together as well as sewing the 3 sections together.
 

9 comments:

Debbie said...

You have exciting leftovers! Kaleidoscope pieces are beautiful....from all those great fabrics. Hope you will inspire us when you create from these leftovers.

Linda Swanekamp said...

Oh, a floral kaleidoscope, swoon! I bought a kaleidoscope ruler after seeing Maureen's lovelies. I need to cut the fabric and get going.

Hedy Hahn said...

You sure have some pretty leftovers. Love those fabrics.

Sylvia Anderson said...

I wish my leftovers looked like yours! Hopefully our weather that we had in February will return soon. I know that sounds crazy, but this year it definitely rings true.

Gene Black said...

I have to agree with the other commenters - you have wonderful leftovers (or is that "wanda-ful" leftovers?)

Quiltdivajulie said...

Those floral leftover strata pieces are gorgeous! What a beautiful table topper they will make!

patty a. said...

Just a plethora of left over pieces and parts which you will turn into something pretty!

Needled Mom said...

Such fun and pretty pieces from leftovers!

Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net said...

I love how you put fabrics together. Thanks for sharing. I think it will help me as I put fabrics together.