Last Thursday I received an email from one of you wonderful readers, checking to see if I was okay because I hadn't posted on Wednesday! With that in mind, how could I miss another week just because I didn't do any scrappy sewing this week? But, while I didn't get to do any scrap-busting, I did spend some time on Instagram and found some totally amazing inspiration. So now I'm going to live up to my title of The Great Enabler and share with you!
This is a simple quilt, but so cute!
And a great way to use up strings, too.
This is a simple block to make a lot of quickly - it's basically a signature block - but so cute in colors!
And oh, I do love this scrappy quilt - and so clever to echo the center panel with the colors of the 25-patch blocks!
Another great way to use up strings! Lots of work in these blocks, but they are so interesting to look at...
I don't think I have the skill to make a quilt like this, but I sure do enjoy looking at them, don't you?
Sharon, this quilt is so.much.fun!! I love all these little houses and want to make a neighborhood of my very own!
Another simple block, but doesn't it make a great scrap quilt?
Don't you just LOVE this quilt? And be sure to zoom in and see all the fabulous quilting. It is a small quilt, but MIGHTY!
I saved this picture because I wanted to be sure to remember the power of color choice. Which block catches your eye the most? For me, it's the second from the top on the left. The dark centers in the stars make a serious change in the block and give it a whole new dynamic!
I love this bright, happy quilt. Once again, it's simple but a great way to use up some of those hoarded scraps!
The person who made this quilt called it the UGLY quilt. I couldn't disagree more! I love the movement in this stack-and-slash quilt, and really want to make one of my own....
And speaking of quilts I want to make for myself, this beauty has got me dreaming of pickle dish blocks!
And last but definitely not least, Preeti's beautiful Eggs and Bacon quilt! A magnificent use of scraps, and quite an accomplishment - and don't miss the quilting! I've done that circular quilting on a small wall hanging, and give all the props to Preeti for sticking with it all the way to the end!
And now, all I have to say is - - - go forth and scrap!