Sea stacks

It took no time at all to put together the pieces I cut of all my undersea fabric. Add a couple borders and voila… a top for another baby quilt

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Most of the fabrics are leftovers from the Fish Called Rhonda quilt…

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But I added a couple new things into the mix – namely some pretty blue sharks and some adorable crabby crabs!

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Both were pieces from the remnant bin, and I’ve been waiting for something to use them in.

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As usual, I’ve got a nice piece of flannel for the back, and more of those crabs (I just love them!) will be the binding.

I’m debating on straight line quilting it… but I’ve also got an idea for some neat quilted waves… and that means waiting until I can get up to Mom’s to use hte long arm….

6 thoughts on “Sea stacks

  1. Bet you are chomping at the bit…a bit…to get to that long-arm quilter!
    However, keeping yourself and your family safe is paramount.
    Thank goodness that I bought all of these books that I hadn’t gotten around to reading…
    😉

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  2. Jocelyn Ahlers

    That’s fantastic!! I’ve been buried in craziness, but I’ve missed keeping updated on how things are going with you – glad to see this beautiful quilt 🙂

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  3. Shirley

    That is a wonderful quilt! Love the pattern the solid blue in the four patch blocks creates. Will have to remember that for future reference because I think four-patch blocks are a fun way to use scraps. Oh, to have life back to normal and be able to pursue our ordinary activities!

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