Shoo fly or shoo sea gulls?

I have been cutting 2.5" squares and making 2.5" HST from my scraps for a long time.  I was tired of making four patches and star blocks so I decided to make Shoo fly blocks.  The project ended up being dominated by sea gull fabric, as that was my last addition into the scrap box - the long skinny scraps after trimming a quilt, the sea gull fabric was the backing.  
There was one lonely different sea gull print in the bottom of my scrap box that was begging to join this quilt. 
I am delighted with the end result.  A coordinated collection of scrap red, teal, green, yellow and blue fabrics have found a worthwhile home.    
Which will make another lovely kids cot size donation quilt.  
Happy quilting Sue.


5 comments:

  1. Lovely quilt.... great use of scraps
    Hugz

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  2. It looks great! No doubt some kid will love it! Wish I'd make myself clear out some scraps! ---"Love"

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  3. Well done Sue, I think I could spend the rest of my days making scrap quilts, without cutting into the rest!! I better get busy.

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