Well, February is the shortest month, but it sure feels like it went by in a flash, doesn't it? I don't feel like I accomplished much in the way of scrappy sewing, but here's a look back at the month to see what happened...
I also started working on another string quilt when I needed some mindless sewing. You can find a tutorial for this quilt here.
I had hoped to make lots of frankenbatting during the month, but it turned out I didn't do much quilting, so that fell by the wayside. It's good to be flexible!
For March, I think I want to do something that feels fun and not like work. So my goal for this month will be to quilt my Long Time Gone quilt...
...and finish my Gypsy Wife quilt. Both are serious scrap busting quilts, so I think it fits in well with the Scrap Attack theme!
FYI, Gypsy Wife is actually further along than this, but I couldn't find a progress shot later than this one! All my blocks are done, and I've started assembling the sections.
So that's what I'm planning on working on this month - what are your goals? I'd also love to see what you've been working on the month. I've seen lots of you making scrappy quilts in preparation for the Hands2Help Challenge (which starts this Sunday, by the way!) which is such a fabulous way to use up your scraps and help others at the same time! So link up below and share!