Wednesday, November 11, 2020

I May Have A Scrap Problem... Inspiration!


Hi, all!

I have to admit that I haven't been playing in the scraps much lately, but I have seen some amazing inspiration on Instagram that has me wanting to dig them out!  Here's just a few...

This "round robin" style quilt really caught my eye!  I'm still analyzing why it is so appealing to me...

This one is really interesting too - the design is subtle, rather like a faded old oriental rug.

And what a wonderful explosion of color this quilt is!  I would name it "Fireworks"!

This lovely sunny quilt uses bricks in a size I've already got cut out - and it may be time to drag them out and put them to use!

Have you been following along with the Scrap Mountain QAL? This is a really pretty example of what they've been making - this quilt is definitely on my "must make" list! I mean - look at how many scraps it consumes!

So now that I've done my job of enabling, go forth and tackle your own scrap mountain!!




  1. Now you've got me wanting to dig into my scrap pile too! What a wonderful "problem" to have, right? The first photo project is very appealing to those gentle curves and straight lines. A need a few rainy days all to myself!

  2. Scrap Mountain QAL? That's the first I recall hearing about this. LOVE the quilt you shared!

  3. I love the one with white stars-negative space in all of that color is a great idea!

  4. I really like that one with the white stars also.

  5. Thank you, Sarah, for the great inspiration today and always. I especially love the quilts you feature today, but I always appreciate your enthusiasm, scrappiness, color, and efforts. You really help keep me going. 🧡

  6. So where is this Scrap Mountain QAL?

  7. Darn you, Sarah. I have enough potential projects to last me forever but now you've added one more to the pile. The one by Lyndah2502 will have me deep diving trying to find the pattern. It's called 'Chinoiserie', so I'll be off to try to track it down.


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