Friday, January 02, 2015

Galaxy-Gram! Scrap Crystals in Plano!

Today's class at Fabric Fanatics in Plano, Texas is packed full of little scrappy gems of happiness!

We've been working with 2 inch strips and that wonderful tool, the easy a ruler!

Don't let it scare you, but each 12 inch block contains a wonderful array of 96 pieces.

We've got all kinds of colorways coming to life here and I love each and every one!

To put it simply, you can get away with quite a lot when it comes to ugly fabrics when cutting them into 2 inch into triangles!

Quilt on, Plano quilters, quilt on!


  1. Susan Crane5:11 PM EST

    I love it in those Christmas-y fabrics.

  2. Anonymous5:32 PM EST

    Hey, I recognize that quilt from our Alaska cruise in 2013. What wonderful memories and friends.
    Jill O in Montana owensej at yahoo dot com

  3. Of course, Bonnie, I love your Scrap Crystals in blues and greens. I should make it in those colors since I have so many blues and greens in storage. However, the reds and greens would make a wonderful Christmas quilt, and since I am trying to make a Christmas quilt for each of my three sons for 2015 Christmas, I am always looking for new ideas in those colors. I think this might be one I'll make in reds and greens. Who knows - maybe I'll also make it in green and blue.

  4. What a delightful time all y'all had! Beauties created!

  5. I can't begin to tell you how much I Love that pattern..I'm thinking of doing it in Greens..Thank you for another stunning quilt.

  6. So wish I could have gotten there! Too much ice here in Coleman for us to brave the overpasses to get there...Maybe next time!!!

  7. Looks like a sew good time was had by all! I spy alive green 301 , Sandra now has 301's in Christmas colors! Woohoo! How cool.


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