I'm linking up over at SheCanQuilt for the monthly report on how we handle scraps or how we play with them.
Since I finished up the scrappy log cabin blocks, I needed to find another scrap project. I found some HSTs with cute little bugs and then pulled that bin that holds my brights scraps. I found some bits of blue juvenile prints and strips of yellow. I just started mixing and quickly had 20 cute log cabin blocks that will finish at 9". I will sash them to make a charity quilt for our quilt guild collection in the Spring.
While I was pulling those blues and yellows, I discovered a lot of pinks. They quickly became another variety of log cabin block that need trimming - finishing at 16". Again, these will become a charity quilt for our guild.
I have some left over flannels that I will use for backing on these. I like flannel on the back of kid's quilts as they are both cuddly and prevent slipping off the bed. And you don't need batt with them - for a nice summer quilt.
As I work my Oh,My,Gosh blocks (I am using 1.5" bits instead of 1" - so guess it is only an Oh,My), I have my over stuffed snack barrel of 2" square scraps to use as leader/enders that will be 9-patches for another project.
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