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April 13, 2018

Scrappy Patches Table Topper | Finished or Not Friday Linky Party!

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Welcome to Finished or Not Friday where you can share your finished {or not} projects!

My Finish is a Scrappy Patches table runner made from the July 2017 Sew Sampler Box from the Fat Quarter Shop.  The pattern is Scrappy Patches, one of my quilt patterns.  It's a great way to use a jelly roll if you're after a quick strip pieced quilt that still looks scrappy.  All of my patterns include as many sizes as possible, and this one includes 7 - from wall hanging to king!!


The box included a Snowberry Junior Jelly Roll by 3 Sisters for Moda, 3.5" aqua dots embroidery scissors with sheath, 20 Mini Wonder Clips, a Rip It Away Seam Ripper, a pattern for the Junior Jelly Roll, and a Basket Block recipe card.  You can checkout all of the box contents over here.


Quilt Stats:

Pattern:  Scrappy Patches
Size:  36" x 36"
Fabric:  Snowberry Junior Jelly Roll by 3 Sisters for Moda.  It's currently on sale!
Batting:  Hobbs 80/20 cotton/poly.
Backing/Binding:  A scrap of leftover extra wide fabric, name unknown.
Quilting:  Allover feathers in cream thread on Gratitude.

You don't have to make it!  

This quilt is for sale in my Etsy quilt shop, and you have permission to buy it rather than make it!

Giveaway Time!

I promised that when I complete the project included in a Sew Sampler box, I will give away the supplies in the box that I don't need.  You could win the Waterford Tablerunner pattern and a 20-piece pack of Mini Wonder Clips!


Enter via the Rafflecopter below.  Open to US addresses only.  Giveaway ends at midnight Pacific time on Sunday, April 15th.


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It's your turn to share your finish {or not}!  What's welcome at this party?  
  • Any in-progress or finished project made with fabric, yarn, or thread.
  • Projects from this week only.
  • ♥ ♥ PLEASE!  Link to the actual blog post, not your home page.  
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9 comments :

Shannon said...

That was a fun way to use a jelly roll!

Home Sewn By Us said...

Hi Myra,
Thanks for the feature this week! It is always so surprising to see my photo on someone else's website. I love your table runner finish for today. My sister would adore it - she is a big blue fan. I'm going to tell her to look in your shop - maybe she'll have an early birthday present. ~smile~ Roseanne

Denise L said...

This is a great idea for jelly roll fabric. Love it. What are you using to hang your quilt?

Bernie Kringel said...

Myra, I just browsed your pattern shop - you have some really fun designs. I like your style. :-). Have a great weekend.

Frédérique said...

Love your Scrappy Patches! And thank you so much for the feature this week! I was so surprise to recognize my quilt in progress!!

Susan said...

Great jelly roll quilt!

Sandra Walker said...

Ooh, pretty table topper! It certainly does look scrappy! Isn't it fun (and makes your heart swell) seeing your pattern made by someone else?!

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Congrats on the finish. I really like the quilting motif.

Snowcatcher said...

My goodness, I love the colors and fabrics in that Scrappy Patch!