Red and pinks
Greens, beige/tan, and white/off white.
Blues, aquas, and browns
And finally golds, yellows, purple and blacks
The plan is to make a quilt using courtyard steps. These are my contribution to the red scraps.
My yellow and gold.
And at last the pinks and purples.
Of course the idea is to make a dent in these stuffed to capacity scrap bins. Well that didn't work at all. But is was fun seeing what I could come up with. Now to put them all together and into a quilt top.
It may not have made a dent, but you sure have some gorgeous blocks that I'm sure will make for a lovely quilt!ReplyDelete
Those are pretty blocks! They're going to make a great scrappy quilt!ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to seeing how you arrange these scrappy blocks. Have fun!!ReplyDelete
Pretty blocks, and your new storage system is great!ReplyDelete
Organizing and sewing scraps is an on going project! At least in my space, it is!ReplyDelete
What a great idea!!ReplyDelete
Great way to sew up those fabric bits. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
What fun! Indeed, trying to use up scraps seems to generate more -- but your idea of using one color family in each simple block is a great one.ReplyDelete
Nice group of rainbow blocks. Yeah, it is quite surprising how far scraps keep going and going. . . :DReplyDelete
Good luck making a dent in the scrap bins. It never works for me. But try we must.ReplyDelete
you have the best ideas!!ReplyDelete
Bust. Those. Scraps!ReplyDelete
Great re-org, and wonderful color blocks. Now to put them all together!ReplyDelete
Those are all looking so great!!ReplyDelete