Every weekend I try to work on my crumbs/leftovers to make something nice. I've been doing this project for about 10 months so far. Some weekends I spend more time on these projects, but some weekends, I spend less.
This is what I did.
1. Made some crumb fabric. This takes longer than it seems like it should.
2. Made 4 star blocks from some of the crumb fabric I had already created. I know have a total of 8 blocks - I need 16.
Unfortunately once I got started, I realized that trying to finish up the 16 stars that I need for that round was a bit too ambitious of a project for this weekend. If I had wanted to give most of a day to it, then maybe so, but I didn't want to spend that much time on it.
3. I made 3 more star paper pieced blocks - I now have a total of 8 finished paper pieced blocks.
4. I also made parts of 2 paper pieced star blocks just like the ones picture just above only using the upcycled blues - we'll see where it goes. I made 2 last week as well so I have a total of 4 partially finished blocks. no pics yet - will get them when I finish them up completely.
Back to my original plan for my newest crumbs quilt - I had hoped to make all the stars this weekend, but there is no way that I could do it.
I also know that making the half square triangles around the edge -it's going to take quite a while to make enough crumb fabric to make those.
I hope to make some more this next weekend - but we'll see. It's all a very fluid project.
This particular quilt top is number 16 in my upcycled blues project!
Thank you for joining me on this journey!
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