I’m going to win a sissors!!!!

I have hard time resisting making a quilt if there is a prize that can be won……since I need a new sissors I’m going to let Judy draw my name out of a hat of the completed winners.     I wasn’t going to do this at first, but after my other project came to a halt until I get more fabric, I figured I had time to get this little gem done.













I used 30’s fabric I had around here left over from another project.      I was scraping the bottom of the fabric bin.     I had to piece the  middle border cause I didn’t have a piece large enough to do it all out of one fabric.     Instead of using lights and darks……I used prints and solids.      I hope to put it on the machine this week and it will be donated to a little girl that has cancer…..cancer and young children is so sad!!!!!     It was all from my stash.


So Judy…….I feel lucky!!!!



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6 Responses to I’m going to win a sissors!!!!

  1. Judy says:

    Ummmmmmmm, I really, really want to win the scissors! 😉 I love your quilt and I love the scrappy border. Isn’t this a fun project? I have a stack of fat eighths of cowboy fabric that I am going to use for the next one. I just have to rework the size of the block to make them work.

    No you can’t win them…….I need them……..my pair like that is about 25 years old and a major nick in them so they can’t be sharpen anymore…..See I have to win them. Karen

  2. katie z. says:

    I really like your top! I hope I get mine done by the end of the week too.

  3. Karin says:

    What a lovely quilt. Any girl would love it.

  4. Judy L. says:

    How nice of you to make it for a child with cancer! It turned out so pretty . . love the 30’s but never buy them for myself. Love how you did the pieced border. That’s what stashbusting is all about . . making it work without buying fabric.

  5. Kathy Wagner says:

    I really like your 30’s version of the stash quilt! Hope you win the scissors!

  6. Vivian says:

    Oooh, 30s fabrics one of my favorites! Great quilt and Judy’s project sure was fun.

    Thanks for your comments about mine. I did enjoy the chance to go “out of the box” creatively even if I was forced to by the fabric!

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