Scrapitude Confetti

Scrapitude Februry 2014
Scrapitude Februry 2014

After finally settling down over the weekend, I decided to start piecing Scrapitude into a top. The top is not yet completely pieced, but I did get a rhythm going and I did make progress. I might be able to finish it this weekend, which would go a long way towards alleviating some of the chaos.

The piece looks really cheerful, which is nice. Sandi said it reminded her of confetti. It does, so I might use that as a name.

As I was piecing the seam allowances were shrinking, I noticed how the lines of squares ran through the whole piece. I think it would have been good to make those all one color and not use that color anywhere else in the quilt — or only in selected locations that didn’t touch the squares.

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Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

4 thoughts on “Scrapitude Confetti”

    1. It is an interesting pattern. I think there are a lot of opportunities for different ways of using fabric. I know that I would not have made this pattern with so many fabrics if it had not been a mystery quilt. I am glad I did it.

  1. You wouldn’t want to make all the squares the same color because there are fourpatches of squares. but you could have some regulation in the colors so they made stripes.

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