Saturday, November 27, 2010

Crazy Love

Here's the sampler I made in the Bonnie K. Hunter class with my guild.  I loved the fast-paced nature of the class.  We learned the basic crumb block, maverick star, heart, and letters.

Bonnie's so right about how these scrappy projects are full of sentiment.   I love all the memories these scraps have - many are from my mom's fabric stash, some from my sister's, some vintage sheets, and bits from other projects.

The wonkiness is pretty awesome, too!

8 comments:

Kate said...

Very pretty! Love your bright color scheme.

Lynn Weathers said...

It's darling!

I love to read Bonnie's blog. She has such great ideas. I hope I get a chance to take a class from her someday. I'll bet her classes are fun.

Anne K. said...

I really loved your podcast episode about taking Bonnie's class. I've loved her site for years and I think the leader/ender concept is a super way to build up patched blocks effortlessly. This has come in handy for me more than a few times when I've needed to whip up an "emergency quilt" at the last minute!

Mama Pea said...

I love Bonnie's blog. I am so jealous you got to take a class from her. That would have been really fun!

Niki said...

That's AMAZING!

Philipa said...

gorgoues quilt. Would love to make some of these blocks... will have to google her to see if she has something on the web. Thanks for sharing. Am in the mood for sewing tonight... cool wet day

Tiffany said...

Super cute!

Jaye said...

I heard Bonnie on a podcast and I often sew pieces for other projects to keep the chain piecing process going. You do need to be able to keep track of a few projects at a time.