Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Scrap-a-palooza day 36, pin basting, and the blue bin

I got after the white scraps left in the bin. Got them all cut and found one piece of backing that is big enough for a lap sized quilt. I put that piece in the backing pile.
Next I decided to pin baste another baby quilt I had sitting around. It is all ready for me to start quilting it tomorrow.
I moved the ceramic Christmas tree so I could empty the bin of blue fabric scraps the tree was sitting on top of into another bin to take back down to the studio. I am not quite ready to take the tree down; I just wanted to cut the blue scraps next. Here is the blue scrap bin. To say the least it is packed!
I have one more bin of scraps I want to cut after this. I still have bins with vintage scraps, homespun scraps, and flannel scraps so the saga will continue!


Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

That is one of my favorites of your pink baby quilts.

Frog Quilter said...

You are really knocking out those bins. Just think how nice it will be to sew with everything cut already. Happy Nee Year!!!

Vicki W said...

You are starting 2021 so well organized!

Ann said...

With my two large tops this year there are a bunch of white remnants in my stash, too. I will follow your idea closely because they don't need to molder away.
Congratulations on working through so many scraps. It's wonderful to have them and just a wonderful to use them up!
Happy New Year. Stay safe.