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Honey Bun Bargello

After I finished putting together the top for my Funky Chicken quilt, I had a few blocks left over. I offered these blocks up to a few of the other members of the swap so they could have some extras to play with when making their quilts. In exchange I just asked that they send me a few scraps since I love to play with other people’s scraps for my quilts. Well one girl was nice enough to send me a whole honey bun! A honey bun is a roll of about 40, 1 1/2 inch strips. All the strips come from one coordinating line of fabric. I had never worked with a honey bun before, so I was excited to give it a try. After thinking about a pattern, I finally settled on a Bargello pattern. Here is the top I made.


I had Kris help me take that picture, of course it was windy out when we took the pics, so getting this just right took a few shots. Just for fun, here are a few outtakes.




Happy Quilting!

2 thoughts on “Honey Bun Bargello

  1. So cute! I’m wondering how it all came together so beautifully! Love it!

    Love the pictures with your helping hands!

  2. Pretty! I just love bargello quilts. I bet a honeybun makes it go super quick.

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