Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Scraptastic Tuesday - September Winners!


Before I award the September Scraptastic Tuesday prizes I have the start of a new project.

playing with improv circles

I don't much scrappy work to share today but I did start playing with some scrappy improv circles. I think I might make a bunch more.

It is interesting because I see these as scrappy because they are different colours and I can use some of my solid scraps when making them. But since this block is about 20" square, I am mostly using large chunks cut from large 1 yard or more pieces of solids which were purchased for making large improv solid stuff. So are they scrappy? I still think so.

Before we award the prizes, first, our fantastic sponsors:


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:
If you are a winner, congratulations, and watch for an email from me today or tomorrow to get you connected to your prize.

Please join Nicky from Mrs. Sew and Sow and I next month to link up your scrappy project or thoughts on taming your scrap mountain on the second Tuesday - October 11, 2016.


And if you are looking for some scrappy inspiration, visit the September links, they are awesome.
Best,

Leanne

8 comments:

  1. Your square looks neat!
    I can imagine a quilt of them, very cool!

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  2. Gorgeous block - I can certainly understand why you want to make more!!

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  3. Leanne, your scrappy, improv. circle block is fantastic! You inspire me and I hope to have soon courage to try this! Thank you and FQS for a change to go for fabric shopping! x Teje
    www.nerospostbox.wordpress.com

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  4. Wow, I won something - swoooooon :)))

    In case you don't have my email: mail @ mell-meyer.de
    PS: Your "scrappy" blocks looks great. And yes I would also call it scrappy.

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  5. Beautiful block! Love the colors! Congrats to all the winners!

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  6. Congrats to the winners. I'm always debating with myself about a scrappy project not made of actual scraps and usually lean towards the benefit of doubt.

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