Connie used a tutorial from Cluck Cluck Sew called Jelly Strip Stash Buster. Don’t you love it?
I see another quilt in my future!
I washed the doilies in Dawn – if it’s gentle enough to wash a small bird or animal after an oil spill, I think it’s OK to wash the doilies in, too. And they came out looking great!
Yes, I love the Jelly Strip Stash Buster shown from Connie. Another great idea! Thanks for sharing.
We use Dawn, too. Hopefully the lucky winner of your doilies will share what project is planned for them.
Was -0 here in Idaho this morning, but old sol is brightly shining on the snow now.
Laura – isn’t that pretty cold for you?
Launa – I hate auto correct!!
I DO love it!! So cute and bright–HAPPY!
Wow! That turned out great!!
Tell Connie that it’s a very cute quilt. She should call it Dottie. Just a thought. I always name my quilts.
Back to the doilies, when my mother passed, my nephew took all her doilies Many had wavey edges or borders. I remember watching her crochet with that tiny thread. I couldn’t do it, so I really wanted a to remember her. He also threw out all the old buttons and my grandmothers from the 1800’s. Whoever gets those doilies will appreciate them. Someone wanted ideas for them. I was going to have them framed.
Hi Mary, I love your logic about Dawn and totally agree😃😃. It’s useful for so many things. Connie’s quilt is so bright and pretty. It looks like fun. Thanks.
A very pretty quilt, Mary! Love its brightness.
Hi Mary!! Love Connie’s quilt. What size did she cut the rectangular pieces? I always look forward to your Chicken Scratch news.
Love Connie’s quilt. What size did she cut the rectangular pieces? I always look forward to your Chicken Scratch news.
Gail – Hi! No rectangles were cut – it was all done with strips – go to Cluck Cluck Sew for tutorial because I’m not sure.
I love the bright colors!!!!