I spent most of late December watching this:
But every so often, I would sneak a peek at Instagram and after seeing all the photos and discussions about the scrappy trip along, I knew exactly what my first project of 2013 would be.
I decided to go super scrappy and I plan on this being my largest quilt to date. I started by just cutting a bunch of 16 x 2.5 strips (here is the tutorial for the quilt.) Not nearly enough for the whole quilt but enough to get started. I'm making my blocks one at a time - slowly - and just really enjoying the process of putting together the fabric combinations and seeing it all come together.
And now it is your turn - what have you been up to this New Year?
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Oh, your scrappy trip along is looking wonderful! I've been cutting strips to make one too. I can never resist a chance to make something scrappy. ;o)ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!
La, la, la, I'm not hearing anyone on their tripalong! *covers ears with hands* Ange : )ReplyDelete
I'm just sitting back watching the rest of you make these quilts. Gorgeous but I will stay on the sidelines. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see all your finished blocks! I did a trip around the world quilt in all batiks about 6 years ago.ReplyDelete
Oh that is such a divine photo! I am holding off starting a tripalong until I clear a few projects (we'll see how long that lasts!!). Yours looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love yours. I've seen lots show up on Flickr.
I just may have to try this one : )
Looks lovely Beth - still trying hard to finish off my crochet blanket before I get sucked into this.....but it's getting increasingly harder! xReplyDelete
Ohhh your scrappy TATW looks fab! I have plans for one, but not until my Jan stuff is sewn. Well the more I say it, I might actually manage to stick to it ;-)ReplyDelete
I tried so hard to resist doing this QAL, but all the gorgeous pictures on Instagram totally broke my resolve! Yours is coming together fabulously!ReplyDelete
I love it - it's scrap-o-liscious!ReplyDelete
Your scrappy quilt is gorgeous -- such a great mix of fabrics! That first picture at the top of your girls is adorable!!ReplyDelete
Your scrappy quilt is looking so beautiful. I have been wanting to join in so badly, but oh so little time. Can't wait to see your finished quilt.ReplyDelete
The picture of your girls is so cute!
I love yours so much! Happy New Year, Beth!ReplyDelete
What a lovely photo! I seem to have hardly any Christmas photos of the kids this year (a) because Christmas / New Year was so manic and (b) because my toddler goes into anti-paparazzi mode whenever she sees a camera at the moment - whilst she used to say "cheese" quite readily, she now says "no no no not cheese" and scowls.ReplyDelete
I am trying to resist the Tripalong. It is very tempting and clearly this viral has infected many many quilters! I am currently compiling my 2013 Finish-a-Long list and I don't think I can afford another quilt to go on it right now. But I am loving your blocks - so colourful & fun x
Great project. I like the way it's looking. Best of luck on meeting your goal!ReplyDelete
Your Trip along blocks look wonderful - I wasn't going to join in but seeing all of the wonderful pictures is making it very hard not to!ReplyDelete
I must be the only person in the sewing universe who is not joining along. Yours looks great!! I love the photo of the kids!ReplyDelete