Before I announce the ST winners for the November link up, I wanted to share my scrappy project for this week.
On Sunday, I awoke sad and angry about the events in Paris. I looked at my small bin of tiny scraps of Michael Miller solids left over from my paper piecing project, and though that I could sew them together.
I started with pairs and then joined the pairs, trimming and cutting off bits as I went.
Soon I had this blob - I was thinking about a river of blood and of tears. I pulled out the Michael Miller fabrics that I had received for the Modern Quilt Guild fabric challenge and though about them together.
Then, last night, after some other fun improv blocks, I just decided that it was safe to cut those fabrics up and add them to my blob. Without any clear plan, before I knew it, I had an improv tear shape.
So I carried on and used up most of the prints. This quilt will be called paris. She is about 24" square right now, I am not sure if she is finished, but I think so. There will be a lot of quilting - very dense.
You know one cannot solve very many problems with a quilt or with a creative piece, but it sure helps me to work out some of the emotions this way.
Now, on to the Scraptastic Tuesday November link winners.
A huge thank you to our generous sponsors for providing the following prizes which have been awarded randomly among those of you who linked up as follows:
Please plan to join Nicky from Mrs. Sew and Sow and I for December's Scraptastic Tuesday link up on the second Tuesday in December, which is December 8, 2015. In the meantime, if you have not visited the November links yet, there is great inspiration there, go here.