Saturday, February 20, 2021

Scraps, some yellow


I am teaching today. Scrappy Play Time. I had my bounce ball quilt as the main project but I also had this Friendship Star block as another option to do. Well I got to work on making three blocks into a table runner. Here is a start. 

Sorry my scraps are not yellow this week, but my students needed to see this done and how it went together. 

Check out what others are doing with their Yellow scraps this week. Soscrappy has a great link up going on. 

I had done this Christmas runner a few years ago, on the right. And I knew it would be quick to do the same layout but using the Friendship Star blocks. So here it is done just a bit before bed time. 
My class students will be getting notes on how I made this runner. 
It still needs quilting and binding but it feels good to have another top done. 

My good friend Nadine did a yellow friendship star block this week. She is having fun working on her scraps too. She has asked me to post her block. 

Nadine also got this large quilt top done. I did a class a few years ago on Many Trips Around the World. Nadine took the class and has now done a few Many Trip quilts. I love that it got done on the month we were working on our yellow. She has all kinds of old scrap fabrics. She says some of the fabrics were from panels and change a bit as you cut down the strip. 

Great Finish Nadine! 


  1. Love, love, LOVE your Friendship Star runner and Nadine's quilt!!!

  2. I love the effect of monochromatic scrapps and your friendship star is a winner.

  3. Your Friendship Stars table runner is really pretty -- love the strippiness! "Great finish" to your friend, Nadine!

  4. Great table runners. I like the versatility of the layout.