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on Dec 1, 2015 in Blog, blogging others, quilting, SAMQG | 0 comments

Scrappy Trip Along | Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily DesignsThe Last Scrappy Trip Along is Finished!

The past couple weeks, I’ve shared the finishes of two Scrappy Trip Along quilts (Beige Quilt & Pink Quilt). This blue and brown quilt is my last of the three made in that style. Last ever? Doubt it. But certainly the last one for 2015!!

Much like the last two quilts, the longarm quilting design in this project is virtually undetectable. The scraps are just soooooo busy that the quilting is really lost in the prints.

Scrappy Trip Along | Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs

I tried to create a hook type pyramid in quadrants of the larger scrappy block units. (Click the picture to enlarge it.) It worked out very well that the quilting is hard to see since my design didn’t take consideration for traveling across the quilt top. I suppose I should have tried to stop and start my quilting lines, but I didn’t. Livin’ and Learnin’ right?

Scrappy Trip Along | Jen Eskridge | ReannaLily Designs

I do really enjoy the full-size scrappy blue and brown quilt and with a bit of washing and drying the quilt should have a prefect shrinkle to conceal any of those longarm quilting hiccups.

And of course, stripe binding well within my comfort zone.

If you aren’t familiar with Scrappy Trip Along, it is a free pattern by Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville. The quilt is created using a tube-based, strip-pieced method and makes up very quickly.



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