Summer Scrap Quilt – fini!
Here she is (quilt top anyway – quilting comes later)..
I finally figured out the write configuration for myself and got to work.
Checked off my rows as I went and tried to keep everything in order. Sewed each row together and stopped at 4 rows. Then I sewed row 1 to row 2 and row 3 to row 4. Then I sewed unit 1 to unit 2. Then I did the next four rows.
When sewing the rows together, I nested my seams and pinned everything together so it would be correct. Not all of it is correct and my seams are off in a lot of places but it’s a scrap quilt and I can live with it.
Now the big BIG project is quilting. I keep acquiring quilt tops and not finishing them. I am going to put away piecing for a while and quilt my tops. I will hand appliqué when I am not quilting but I need to start quilting some of these tops! I am happy with the outcome of this and I am grateful for the inspiration at PurlSoho.com.