Tuesday, August 24, 2021

DON'T YOU LOVE MAKING SOMETHING FROM SCRAPS?

Hello Quilters!  This is just a reminder that the Happy Scrappers meet this Saturday, August 28, at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  Above is what I've been doing with some of  my scraps.
I think I recently showed you the basket of scraps that Cathy gave me.  Well, I can't let them go to waste.  Besides, I love mindless sewing.  Making these triangles was fun.  Now I have to decide, do I want to make this into a table topper, or make more and turn them into a quilt.

Be sure and stop in at the Attic Window Quilt Shop and check out all the new items.  The shop is open Monday-Friday, 10-5; Saturday, 10-4.

Hope to see you at Happy Scrappers this coming Saturday.

Hugs, Caroll

2 comments:

barb hurst said...

I love what you have done with those scraps of fabric, you really do it well. It shows how creative you can be with little pieces of material and turn them into something quite lovely. Good Job. Barb Hurst

Annie said...

How fun your colorful star is! Making fabric by sewing scraps together is stressful for me. Which is why I don’t do it very often and never for a large piece of fabric. So I marvel at your patience to even think about making enough of these stars to make into a quilt. But what a great sense of accomplishment that would be. Even if not a quilt, this star would look great as a summer table topper.

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