I’ll leave it to you to decide whether the scraps are attacking me or I am attacking them. You may have noticed the new button “I may have a scrap problem” in my sidebar. It leads to Confessions of a Fabric Addict’s scrap posts. Here is the link to the plan behind those posts. Guess there are linky parties on the first. Since I’m late to the party, all I did was survey.
Is pulling a random task from the twelve required? Or just scrap management consciousness? I’m not sure I’ll pull a task and follow through on it for a month as she does, but there is value in listing tasks.And doing SOMETHING.
- Assemble left over flannel into backing for baby quilts
- Assemble left over batting pieces into usable sizes. (In a box like that of the flannel pieces, but not colorful enough for a photo)
- Sort “crumbs” by color/value
- Make crumb “fabric”
- Make blocks from crumb fabric
- Make quilts from blocks in #5.
- Spend 15 min a day for a week cutting squares/rectangles from any drawer of scraps (I’ve tried this before as an open ended goal and didn’t stick to it; maybe limited will work better.)
- Press and trim bonus triangles that are stitched into HSTs
- Design a quilt with trimmed HSTs
- Sort strips (That tub is too far down to get a photo of it. )
- Make strip-quilt blocks
- Assemble blocks from #11 into top
- And I will copy Fabric Addict’s final goal: send a box of scraps to someone. (I do know a willing recipient.)
Maybe if I do even a little bit of this, I’ll have something to show on the 15th of each month when Kate posts the Scrap Happy list. You might enjoy looking at the progress of other Scrap Happy folks (here).
Linking up with Oh Scrap! Some people are beyond organizing and actually have projects going–go see!
Given my schedule this month, I’d best take a small task. #7 fits the bill. Linking this post that was late for January. Button in sidebar.