Having said goodbye to these quilts when I donated them recently, I’m showing them one last time just for fun!
Rescued Dots from a quilt that went wrong
And to my chagrin, there were three others I never even took pictures of! Anyway, these were fun and I’m now reminded to take pictures of everything!
Love the quilts. Beautiful use of scraps. Makes me want to dig through my scrap boxes.
I recommend digging through scraps—so fun!
Your first set of four looks like something I’d do, so I of course like those best!!! HA! But the rescued dot blocks are the most innovative of the bunch because they were re-purposed and ultimately made into a ‘rescue’ quilt (ie donated to a cause) – a set of rescue repurposed blocks sewn into a rescue donation quilt…
Oh and I purposely left a large ziplock bag of 2 in scrap strips with my daughter (she’s exploring quilting right now) when we visited recently – another great way to use up scraps, wouldn’t you agree?
Ha! I am always looking for someone to whom I can give scraps because we all know that making 10 scrap quilts doesn’t diminish the supply much🙃
I’m heading towards my scrap box today!
These are beautiful quilts.
Go for it!
And it was fun to look at them. Thanks for this visual feast.
These are beautiful. I never used to photograph things I made and wondered why it was so hard to give them away. I find it a lot easier if I have a permanent record!
Makes sense. I didn’t photograph mine at first, either, and wonder how many I’ve forgotten.
I started by putting photos of my makes on Pinterest and now blog about them so I can record the back story too. When you look at of all the things you have made it can be quite a revelation!
One of the coolest variations on log cabin I have seen! (And i had gotten my fill a while back. ) Nice to know good ones are still possible.