I've had a HUGE pile of 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" blocks cut since last year - one of the guest bloggers for last year's 'Hands2Help' challenge said that she cuts her scraps into rectangles based on those dimensions and then sews them into blocks. I started using her method of using up my scraps - it makes for a great Leader / Ender project - and eventually, you get a pile of blocks! Today was the day I finally made time to put them together.
I made great progress on this top - it still needs another 2 rows to be a "proper" quilt, but I'm pleased with what I've accomplished today!
*And now it's Monday - I put my post on hold to get a picture, but it didn't happen until today - it still needs those 2 rows - they'll get added sometime soon, I hope (before month's end if I have any say in the matter!)
This is what it looks like now:
I see a few rows where I have matching blocks touching each other (of course I didn't notice that when I sewed the rows together...), but I may just leave them. That's the charm of a scrappy quilt, isn't it? Thanks for stopping in!
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Absolutely ! Keep it random and addd those two rows! Love a truly scrappy quilt. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesdayReplyDelete
I love when the matching blocks meet. It creates new shapes.ReplyDelete