Wednesday, July 22, 2020

I May Have A Scrap Problem...No Time for Scrappy Sewing, But...

Hi, all!

There has not been much time for scrappy sewing around here, as I have been working on a mask order, but I have run across lots of inspiration on Instagram that makes me happy.  Let me share it with you (oh, I am SUCH an enabler...)

Isn't this just the cutest little scrap quilt?  Bright and cheerful!

And I have to admit that Beth made my heart go pitter patter with these tiny little scrap tree ornaments...

I am loving this simple quilt pattern made different by the use of a dark background instead of white!

Aren't Erica's scrappy blocks just totally amazing?

This quilt really speaks to me - I'm not sure why so I'm still analyzing it to see what I love about it exactly - but it's definitely on my list!

It seems that rainbows were catching my eye this week - both large...

...and small!  It's always a good day when Amanda Jean posts one of her beautiful quilts!

I am totally in love with these bear claw blocks - it looks like it will be such a cozy, warm quilt!

And last but definitely not least, Emily has knocked it out of the park with this oh-so-scrappy quilt!

Feel inspired yet?

Go forth and scrap!!




  1. Oh yes, you are an enabler ..... and speaking for all your followers, WE LOVE IT !! Thanks for all the inspiration.

  2. Thank you for your 'quilt shows'! Very traditional designs with great use of color and arrangement for the very 'wow' factor!

  3. I know what you mean the last two days had me making face mask once again - this time for family that will be moving cross country to a new job - worst time to travel I think but they will be careful as can be and they want the location - quilting is always there waiting for us when we have time for it

  4. ah you are a temptress...all gorgeous idea!

  5. The heart quilt, a true beauty, and lovely wee tree designs, I am so happy that many others keep every tiny scrap.

  6. Might I call you the Queen of Enablers? Thanks for all the eye candy. I will attempt to resist starting anything new! There are definitely one or two that are calling my name. I'm putting in ear plugs instead!

  7. I really like the idea of taking a group of ordinary blocks and turning them into HSTs. Great way to double the size of a quilt, too :)


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