Monday, July 23, 2012

Blue Argyle

Today I went to help a friend put together some rows in this Blue Argyle quilt.

There is a story behind this quilt...

One summer (I think it was two years ago) I went through my scraps and decided to cut the scraps into pieces that would eventually make quilts.  That is how I had the fabric ready for the Starburst Quilt last year.  

 I also cut a lot of blue squares and strips with the hope of making a Blue Argyle quilt sometime in the future.

One day a friend told me that she was thinking of making a quilt for one of the missionaries from our church - and that the missionary had said that blue was one of her favorite colors.

So... I pulled out my box containing the pre-cut quilt and asked if that would work.

My friend bagged up groups of blocks and distributed them to folks in our Quilting Bee. They returned the block with a cross sewn into the middle of the block.

I got the call that the rows were going together - and I went to help pin rows and iron squares.  We actually finished 4 other rows that are not yet attached..  Not many to go!

I think it's going to be beautiful!!!

More pictures to follow as we finish.


  1. Looks like the argyle quilt is off to a great start! I also really like your starburst quilt - that colorful border/sashing is great!

  2. That is sooo awesome! Great idea!

  3. Looks like a great quilt coming along there. I love argyle.

  4. wow, what a great idea! I adore argyle!

  5. I love both the argyle quilt and the cute starburst quilt. Nice work!

  6. How beautiful! The colors are fantastic and argyle is definitely a favorite of mine.


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