Saturday, 11 February 2012


I've done a few things with my green scraps so far this month, and hope to do some more in the next couple of weeks.

At my City and Guilds course we were talking about prairie points, so I came home and started looking at different ways of making and using them, and then turned them into a small sampler.


This was also a sample for the C & G course, mitred borders with a binding made by bringing the back to the front. I used Susan Cleveland's method for the mitred borders, which was so easy to follow. The binding however was a nightmare!

Some more scrappy blocks to match the red ones I made last month. I've no idea how these will work together but it will be fun to wait and see.


Cathy Tomm said...

The green blocks you have done look great. I like the sampler of points.

Simone de Klerk said...

Love what you did with your greens.

Diane-crewe said...

I am a green adict so these all look GREAT to me xx maybe you could make a rainbow quilt with all your sample blocks x

Heckety said...

Love the prairie points! But a few go a long way for me, guess you are a lot more careful! I expect them to stay where they are put and they alwys escape and jaggle and dance so that when they are sewn in they look more like Dorothy's tornado! But they are very effective, and yours are really good!