Island Batik March 2021 Challenge

island batik ambassador march 2021 scrapbuster challenge graphic.

The challenge for the Island Batik Ambassadors in March 2021 is to make a scrappy project. I love scrappy quilts. The variety of fabrics gives interest and depth to a project.

The nice thing with using the same type of fabrics within a project is that even though it is scrappy, it still has a unified look. Batiks look beautiful in anything.

Here are the March projects. Click on the images for more information.

My project is a pojagi window hanging. I love the glow of the fabric.

golden sunrise pojagi window hanging.

This fun quilt by Sally Manke has so many different fabrics in it.

Island Batik ambassador scrappy project by Sally Manke.

Jane Hauprich made this quilt with lots of squares.

Island batik ambassador project by Jane Hauprich.

I love this beautiful fall piece by Connie Kaufman.

island batik ambassador scrappy project by Connie Kaufman.

Gail Sheppard was ambitious enough to make two scrappy projects.

island batik ambassador scrappy project by Gail Sheppard.
Island batik ambassador scrappy project by Gail Sheppard.

Claudia Porter made this beautiful blue gradient quilt.

Island Batik Ambassador scrappy quilt by Claudia Porter.

This modern quilt was made by Brianna Roberts. The invisible binding is a nice touch.

Island Batik Ambassador scrappy quilt by Brianna Roberts.

This colourful puff quilt is made by Jennifer Eubank.

Island Batik Ambassador scrappy quilt by Jennifer Eubank.

Preeti Harris from Sew Preeti Quilts made two scrappy quilts.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrappy challenge quilt by Preeti Harris.
Island Batik Ambassador Scrappy challenge quilt by Preeti Harris.

This quilt is not what I picture when I hear “scrappy”. The layout is an amazing use of fabric and colour! By Jennifer of Curlicue Creations.

Island Batik Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Jennifer Thomas, Curlicue Creations.

The Scrapbuster Express quilt by Emily Leachman is so cute! It almost makes me wish I had a toddler to make one for (but not quite).

Island Batik Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Emily Leachman.

This quilt by Michelle Roberts (Creative Blonde) is a great way to use leftover strips. Island Batik fabric always glows on a black background.

Island Batik Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Michelle Roberts.

This scrappy quilt is amazing! What a great use of lots of different colours by Mania Hatziloannidi.

Island Batik Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Mania Hatzlioannidi.

This quilt by Suzie Webster makes me rethink the term “scrap”. The layout makes all the different yellow fabrics amazing.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Suzy Webster.

I love everything about this quilt by Gail Renna. The colours and pattern are amazing and go together perfectly.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrapbuster Challenge Quilt by Gail Renna.

I wish I had as many Island Batik Scraps as Megan Best. This quilt is so fun and beautiful.

Island Batik Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Megan Best.

This piece by Denise Looney shows how scraps can be a work of art.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrapbuster Challenge Quilt by Denise Looney.

When I saw this piece by the Inquiring Quilter, suddenly I needed a purple and green quilt.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrapbuster Challenge quilt by Inquiring Quilter.

This quilt by Pamela Boatright is an amazing use of scraps. The variety of colours go together so well.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrapbuster Challenge Quilt by Pamela Boatright.

If you have a bunch of leftover squares, this layout by Andi Stanfield is a great way to use them.

Island Batik Ambassador Scrapbuster Challenge Quilt by Andi Stanfield.

This hunters star by Leah Malasky is an amazing use of colour. I love the black background.

Island Batik scrapbuster challenge quilt by Leah Malasky.
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