Creative Slump leads to deconstruction…

I haven’t sewn a stitch since my Saturday sewing 2 weeks ago.  I’ve spent some time in my studio but more organizing than creative pursuits.  I’ve had a baby quilt on my design wall for weeks trying to decide how to fix it.  Today it was like a bad hair day.  I pulled out the scissors and chopped it up, salvaging the main squares and discarding the rest.  Here are the before and after shots:

BEFORE (I actually placed the squares back in the frames.  The blue border has already been cut off.  This is a reasonable representation of the ‘before’ picture.  Yuk!

Now, here’s the blocks I salvaged:  (the 2″ blue borders are in my 2″ strip drawer; the balance of the ‘flimsy’ is in my bag of scraps that goes to the Win Thrift Store to be recycled into new fabric, so it’s not really waste, right?)

Any ideas on what else I could do to finish this baby quilt?  I’m toying with framing them log cabin style but they already measure 9″.

I’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas about these blocks…

Until next time,

Mavis

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2 comments on “Creative Slump leads to deconstruction…
  1. Do you care to do machine applique? You could put some flowers & wavy vines/stems in the wide borders & sashings.

  2. Do you care to do machine applique? You could put some flowers & wavy vines/stems in the wide borders & sashings.

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