Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Patchwork Triangles

It's probably obvious by now, that I adore scrappy, patchwork projects. There's just something about stitching together a variety of fabrics that appeals to me. Here's how my patchwork looked before quilting.
This is a look at one side of the zippered bag that I made from all those triangles...

and here's the view from the other side.

A peek inside the bag shows the autumn plaid it's lined with as well as the floral print that is the seam binding.
All that scrappy goodness has me working on more projects using my fall coloured fabrics because I don't seem to tire of the magic of patchwork.




11 comments:

  1. what great projects you have been posting about! This makes me want to get out all my scraps and just sew them all together to make something!

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  2. Wow, I wish I had 1% of your bag-making skills and talents! Love the bag.

    Can’t wait to get some stitching done overhere!!

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  3. Love the bag, and like you, I love patchwork. Love working from my stash and using my scraps.

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  4. Very beatigul I love also scraps!!!

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  5. I love the scrappy look!!! What a great idea.

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  6. patchwork is so wonderful, isn't it? your bag is beautiful!!!

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  7. I love scaps too! I have been involved in a couple of scrap swaps. I loooove other people's scraps! They really extend my scrap range.

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  8. You patchworky gals are just amazing! I don't have the patience (or any notion of how to do patchwork!!).

    I hoard scraps to use for small purses, applique and yo-yo's... but of course never make enough small purses, applique or yo-yo's to use them all!!

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  9. Your use of scraps never ceases to amaze me! I love the fall-ish colors!

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  10. Scrap quilts are always the best! I lovae the look they have and you got a great colour combination! Hopefully we will never ever get tired of the magic of patchwork! It is the most wonderful hobby, it is a therapy!

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  11. What beautiful bag, Katherine! I love the colours and admire the patience of making patchwork!

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