Saturday, 2 February 2013

Pezzy Play on a Friday Night

Do you remember me posting these first two photos earlier in the week?



I have had this FQ bundle for a while. Just waiting for the perfect project.
I found it and started cutting.


Sewing


and trimming ........  I HATE trimming HST!
(Just putting that out there)  :)


and yesterday afternoon they started to all come together.




The odd block above are some scraps sewn and made into
another block. It might just end up pieced into the back.


Then the fun bit, playing with placement.
I decided to go with a 5 x 6 layout because I was to lazy
to make another 3 blocks and I really didn't want to
use the black print.  The 3 left over blocks are now
earmarked for the back also.

 


The border does go all the way around, you just cant see it on the bottom
as even Glenn is not tall enough to hold this one all the way up.

I first saw this quilt


over HERE
then the blocks and cutting directions started
popping up on Instagram.
Then Di started making one. I commended on hers and here I am
now with one of my own.
Thank you Di for the little kick I needed to start this one :)

This flimsy is now inline to be quilted.

 So this is how I spent my

Friday night with friends

I am looking forward to blog hopping later today
to see what everyone else go up to.

Have a great weekend,
hugs, Sharon

35 comments :

  1. How fun.... you had a very productive time... love the pezzy churndashes...
    Hugz

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  2. You have been busy. Looks great.

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  3. What a great use of that pack. It looks fabulous! Great night of sewing! :)

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  4. Wow, that was quick- considering the burden of trimming HSTs!! Churn dash are turning up everywhere, aren't they! It's such a great block!

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  5. Gosh you don't half move fast ,LOL I would be still thinking about it.
    It's lovely Sharon.xx

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  6. Another quilt flimsy! You are amazing Sharon. It looks great.

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  7. You amaze me with your output! You will have to let us in on your secret!

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  8. Great fast finish. That's a great blog, I was working on a quilt from there last night too. The pizza prints look good with a white background.

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  9. Lovely gelati churn dashes, gee you are quick in putting this together. It looks fabulous

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  10. Another fantastic flimsy Sharon. Looks gorgeous

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  11. Sharon that is awesome. I love the 'negatve' blocks (the one with white churn dashes on coloured back ground). They look like a 'pop' scattered there amongst the other blocks. Well done. (do you have enough scraps to bind it in multi coloured pezzy print?)

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  12. love those churn dashes - you certainly got a lot done ;-)

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  13. Love the fabrics. You have picked the perfect quilt for them, they look fantastic. What a wonderful night's sewing. Hugs.....

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  14. Love,love,love this one Sharon as you know I would!! I recognise that bundle!! Your talent is amazing. I love this churn dash block too. Keep up your amazing work!
    Therese xx

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  15. Wow Sharon, your quilt is fabulous, you sew so quickly. Have you got time to pop over here and help me out in my sewing room.

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  16. Oh my goodness that quilt is just beautiful,well done! :) Barb.

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  17. Love this quilt Sharon - lovrly project for FNWF

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  18. Very nice Sharon. The reverse blocks(negatives?) look good. Sharyn:)

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  19. Looks wonderful Sharon. Well done.
    Hugs x

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  20. it looks fabulous! Great job!
    Cath @ Bits 'n Bobs

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  21. I love your quilt...now I feel tempted too. Great job!

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  22. I really love that...great work!!

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  23. wow and double wow my friend this is amazing,love it and again it doesnt take you long to put these together,i am sure you are wonder woman,well done.xx

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  24. Very fun! Love the leftovers block, too :D

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  25. Beautiful churn dash quilt, love your fabric choice!

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  26. wow it looks amazing and how quickly did it come together.
    Well done!

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  27. A good pattern for the prezzy prints! Cant believe how fast it all came together...another lovely quilt!

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  28. Yours looks fabulous. What a great quilt top finish.

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  29. Oh Sharon, you are amazing, your new flimsy is gorgeous!

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  30. OMG - did you even sleep on Friday night or just sew right on through......? It looks stunning, I love the negative/reverse blocks, a really neat touch!

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  31. Awesome work!! You have been busy and what a
    great way to spend your FNwF's.
    Cheers, Anita.

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  32. Please don't tell me you sewed the whole quilt on Friday night!! The shock would be too much... I'd never recover! ;o) Great job. Love your new quilt.

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  33. Wow! I never thought a churn dash(?) block could looks so good. I'm with Jose too - a whole quilt in one night? amazing!

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  34. A late FNWF pop-in from me - sorry x
    This is really funky Sharon, well done, amazing what can inspire and motivate us sometimes, hey?!

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