Hundreds and Thousands finish and Giveaway winner
This quilt is made with a confetti technique of slicing a bunch of scraps to hell and then catching them in a net of tulle. I’ve called it Hundreds and Thousands because the little slices look like cake sprinkles. It’s wall hanging size so I’ve popped a sleeve on the back. Once it’s been published, it will go into my Etsy shop. I need to remember to put Mr Bowie in there soon too.
Size – 54″ square
Number of blocks – n/a
Time to make– an hour of prep and positioning stuff, five hours of quilting and three hours of slow binding and adding a sleeve – 9 hours
Fabric – Scraps shredded into oblivion and Klona white
Backing Fabric – Some heavy weight Ikea stuff
Binding Fabric – More Klona
Threads – Coats Moon, plus Superior Threads monofilament
Batting – 80/20 Soft and Elegant
Quilting- Vertical matchstick over the scraps but 1″ wider apart on the plain edges.
In other business, I’ve drawn the winner for the fat quarter bundle giveaway! It’s my fellow Sewvivor contestant Marci – we’ve both been knocked out of this round (I think Billy Bass might have been a bit too crass for more discerning tastes) so it’s nice of Mr Random to choose her!