what does this look like to you??
if you said another boy scout quilt project, then you would be correct!
when we were home for Christmas, my brother in law talked to me again about making a quilt for him…
he has been in scouts for years and has all sorts of patches and handkerchiefs…
I have a bit of an idea…
I am thinking about doing it like a medallion…
any other ideas??
linking up with Lorna…
and now for the giveaway…
a few more text charms…
leave a comment to enter…
I will announce a winner on Friday…
Every time you post a scouting project I pray that my brothers don’t see it. Two have been in scouting for years; one actually works for the scouts. If they saw this, I’m sure I would have a file of patches and kerchiefs at my door, waiting to be made in to a quilt! 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you come up with!
You’ll come up with a great idea…you’re very creative!
You always come up with a super good idea!!! It’s not something that I would jump into because I wouldn’t know where to begin!!!
those text charms are sweet. oh another boy scout quilt. woohoo!!! A medallion sounds interesting. a huge compass somewhere would also me cool, since a boy scout learns about his compass in life.
I will be very interest to see this one. My husband’s nephew is a long time boy scout, not that I am going to volunteer to make him one but one never knows. I always love text fabric and your charms are great.
A medallion sounds like an awesome idea. I will be looking forward to how you adhere all of those patches!
I look forward to seeing what you do with your badges. I have girl scout badges I want to make into a quilt someday.
What a wonderful project. I think it will evolve on its own as you start working. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.
Looks interesting. It will be so cool. Have a happy day!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom
I will be curious to see what you come up with for this Boy Scout quilt. Looks like a challenge! Thanks for sharing the giveaway.
thanks again for my win last week 🙂 Those charms would make for great coasters!
So that is what I can do with all those Boy Scout patches that I found stuffed away.
Text charms would go great with the quilt I am starting., thanks for giveaway.
Not for giveaway. Lay out all the pieces. In my family the guys had red wool coats they would have all the badges/patches sewn onto. Maybe you could use red as the backround color. Talk to him and get feedback. Maybe big blanket or sew onto his sleeping bag.
I made a t-shirt quilt once where I was asked to use a few patches. I don’t have any suggestions for the layout but I the one thing I did that made it easier for me was to sew the patches on after quilting. That way I didn’t have to go over them or around them. Those text charms are so cute!
You are so brave to take on this project, but then again, with your ingenuity I know you’ll have a fabulous end product. I can’t wait to see what you do with it!! 🙂
The white with gray squares fabric appeals to me.
You are off on another adventure. I’m waiting to see where it goes.
I do love boy scout projects! I have done few for my nephews!
You are so creative! Love the script charms!
Love the scripts & colors! Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way too! Looks like you have great project going…looking forward to seeing it finished 🙂
Can’t wait to see what you do with all the boy scout things! Awesome giveaway as usual! x
the end result is going to be so cool – can’t wait to see it!
It will be fun to see how you develop a quilt with the bandanas and patches. Now I feel the guilty mom feeling because I put all my four son’s scout patches and bandanas in boxes and returned them to them.