Taming the scraps (part 2)
Bet you thought I gave up on taming my scraps! I surprised myself.
January 19th...pause for tendonitis then learn to plug away sensibly a bit at a time… April 30th
Even the strips are all trimmed to standard tidy widths.
Now the real challenge begins. I need to actually use these scraps to make a quilt. How will I bring myself to mix such a variety of fabrics that just don’t go together?!!! Perhaps I’ll start by sorting them into lights and darks and go from there. I’m sure it will be an interesting experience.
First, however, I’m off to bind the last post’s sneak peak. (As usual I was overly optimistic about when I would get something done.) After that there are pieced borders to play with for the HST quilt, then a bit of free motion quilting on Kyoto Garden. Let’s not forget quilting Autumn Moons which did not get quilted last fall as planned.
I’ll get to the scrap quilt eventually! In the meantime, I will make time to cut any new scraps down to size as soon as they appear.