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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Terri’s Hearts Aren’t Crummy!

Terri’s hearts are CRUMBY!!

In all the best ways possible.

Colorful, Whimsical, Magical ---and very very scrappy indeed!

We just finished dinner at retreat, and I am taking a quick break to tackle the mounting email before heading back to my little corner to sew with the ladies ---and this quilt is so so so cute I couldn’t help but share it right away!

Terri writes:

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Hi Bonnie
I finally got my Crumby Heart quilt...quilted


I pieced the back too.
terrilynch2

I love all "the remains" and scraps.., and LOVE Remains when all else fails.

I found your website when searching for a method to manage my scraps- and discovered your free patterns, tutorials and blog.  I had lots of scraps from a paper pieced project that I couldn't toss.  I had never dreamed of making Crumby fabric. 

But now I'm addicted !

This was my first Bonnie- inspiration.  But I've made many others.  Midnight Flight, Easy Street, Lazy Sunday, Betty's Choice, a biggie Jelly Bean Blast, and I'm almost done with Celtic Solstice.
I hope my pics are a welcome addition to the Crumby Heart file/collection.

Sew Thankful
Terri Lynch 
Terri, this is just the most fun quilt EVER!!

Just think of all the fun and crumby blocks that could come out of the never-ending scrap bins at retreat?!?

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I don’t think it’s any better yet, but it certainly isn't any worse! LOL!

Everyone is sewing up a storm and I am about to go rejoin the crowd.  

We've got some show and tell going on tonight and the big Fat Quarter drawing is in the line-up too!  These gals really know how to put on a fabulous retreat, and it’s fun to feel just like one of the girls!

Catch ya later!

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6 comments:

  1. Love the crummy hearts. I have so many scraps... I need to find something to do with them. You are giving me ideas...

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  2. So who gets to take home all those scraps!

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  3. I've been working on my scraps over the weekend while doing other projects. I just never know when to stop. I still have bins of crumbs and scraps and strings. Can't stop now!

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  4. i am so inspired...i have been cutting scraps til i have been pooped out...but i have to remember, what has taken 14 years to collect cannot be tamed in a few weeks...

    terri gives me hope!

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  5. I could cut my scraps much easier if I was just doing the Stash way. It is nicely folded whereas my scrap bin all needs to be ironed. Slow going for sure. Maybe I should put it in a box and send to a quilty friend... I swear it is Multipling like rabbits. I found some "Blue Clues" fabric today to chop up! Almost too cute to cut. LOL
    Nice to be one of the girls!

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  6. That's a really fun quilt. Really funky too. It's got me thinking about my own scraps...

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