Thursday, January 11, 2018

Table Scraps "Island Batik" Wrap up

What a ride it's been this year with "Island Batik".
The wonderful friends I've made, the fabulous fabrics I've stitched.
But these challenges are the best of all.
We broaden our horizons and expand our quilt styles...
Something, I would likely "not" do on my own.
Table Scraps is our last challenge of the year.
Scrap-busting is a favorite of mine. I love those "freebie" projects.
It really is amazing just how far our fabrics can go some times.
The faster I sew the more scraps there are!
LOL!!

By the looks of it, the same goes for my fellow ambassadors.
Just look what they have done.








You can read up on each any every one of these on the links below.
Quilt'n Party

The "4 Seasons" blog hop is in full swing.

We are showing off the brand new lines, coming soon.
You can find the schedule
HERE
Let just say...there's a whole lot of fun goin on!
You won't want to miss it!
;-)

til next time...
Keep on Stichin'

7 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for doing this! I love seeing all of the projects together. What a talented bunch!

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  2. Those ambassadors are some very talent people and you sure make it look good at the end of the month, thanks so much.

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  3. You ambassadors have really made me experience Island Batiks is a wonderful way. Thanks, Joan and all. I was just thinking the other day about how far fabric goes. I bought a fat quarter bundle a couple of years ago for a particular project - made that one. Continued by making another project I just finished. I have a few large enough pieces of about 5 quarters that I couldn't cut up but did finish out the rest by making a multitude of small pre-cuts. It was amazing.

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  4. You are a very creative bunch with so many varied talents!

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  5. So great to see them all together. I must have missed a few because some are new to me

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  6. I love that you do these wrap-ups. Great to see all the projects at once!

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  7. Thank you for the wrap-up. I really enjoy seeing all the projects together.

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