Please join us to share a scrappy project - old, new or in progress or your tips and ideas for using, storing, or coping with fabric scraps. We ask that you only link up one time per month because we have some great prizes from our sponsors which we will give out randomly after the link closes.
A huge thank you to each of our generous sponsors for the following prizes, which will be awarded randomly:
- Sew me a Song - a $20 gift certificate
- Oakshott - a 10" square Autumn Oakshott cotton pack
- Massdrop - a Joel Dewberry Birch Farm fat quarter bundle
- Fluffy Sheep Quilting - a bundle of beautiful remnant scraps
- Fat Quarter Shop - a $25 gift certificate
- Mad About Patchwork - a $30 gift certificate
Once you link up, please check out at least the three links before yours - in fact, you can check out more of the links if you have the time - and leave a comment too. That way everyone who joins in will get some comments, which are always fun and you can also meet some new people too.
Before I go, I thought I would share my progress on a couple of scrappy projects. First, I have started making larger improv Xs - these are 6.5" and 7.5" squares - using my scraps. I am hoping to make enough to make a bed size quilt like my Landmarks mini quilts.
I also got some work done making strata to cut up to add to the improv solids panels that I am making for the small guitar case that I started a while ago. I did make a few more Blended Scraps triangles but it is just too dark to photograph them now. The one thing I have not started is better scrap organization. Although I have been reading all your helpful ideas in the comments, I am still trying to decide what scrap management system will actually work for me.
Enough about my projects, please add your links and we will go and read about your projects and ideas. Nicky and I are going to keep this link open for the next two weeks - because it's new and all - so it will close on October 28. Feel free to spread the news around and invite your friends to link up too. And do come and check back to see the projects as they get added.