Sunday, May 22, 2011

QOV Challenge completed!

Here is my contribution to SewCal Gal's quilt charity challenge. 
QOV will be the recipient this time.  I can't believe the center of this quilt was made from scraps in my stash.  A little busy, but it was fun, fast and no fuss to put together.
I encourage you to participate in this cause with just one 12.5" patriotic block.
Visit SewCal Gal for all the details here.

21 comments:

  1. It's beautiful! I love to make scrap quilts, they give so mucht satisfaction!
    Hugs

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  2. This quilt turned out great! Love the scrappiness, and all the movement the center and border gives it! Yay!

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  3. Very pretty, and I love the colours. isn't it nice to use your stash?

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  4. It's such a happy quilt, love the colours.

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  5. It's amazing what can come out of a person's stash. I have mainly been working from stash this past fall and all of this year. Still seems to be no more available empty space than before.

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  6. Your quilt turned out great. I love scrappy quilts. What is the border fabric? It is very cool.

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  7. Very nice - one of ours will be proud to accept your quilt !

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  8. Wow! I love it and I'm sure a lucky recipient will too!

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  9. Great scrap quilt...someone will really love this!!

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  10. I really like your QOV quilt!!! You have done an awesome job using your scraps to make this outstanding quilt! I love the border fabric too - well chosen!!! Hats off to you!!!

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  11. It's wonderful! I sent some blocks and forgot to take pictures before I sent them...sometimes I have no clue where my brain goes...LOL!

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  12. I love the centre.. especially using up scraps... but the border fabric is just PeRFeCt!
    Fantastic quilt! Well done! :)

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  13. This so beautiful---------surprising what we can do with our scraps. Some serviceman/woman will feel very grateful when they receive this quilt.

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  14. P.S. I linked to your blog on my blog today. http://sugarland quilts.com

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  15. I bet you were pleased to use up your stash with such impressive results. A great quilt for a very good cause.

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  16. That is very nice and for such a good cause!

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  17. Love that border fabric! Beautiful quilt for a great cause!

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  18. Such a wonderful cause and oh that border fabric is just so fun.
    congrats on a wonderful donation

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  19. What a great way to put those scraps to use! The block design is really intriguing and as usual, you did a beautiful job. You are so speedy!

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  20. I have made one of these, but didn't think to use scraps, great idea. Do you know the block's name? I found acre ally easy way to make them, but would like to know what it's called LOL

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