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Thursday, March 19, 2009

got scrap?

I'm participating in a scrap swap with some blogging friends and here are my scrap packages all ready to mail. Each little package contains at least 25 different scraps and each scrap is at least 25 sq in or bigger. I am excited to get a bunch of new scraps in return. Now, what to make with all those scraps? I've got a couple of projects I'm thinking about...

10 comments:

Sherri said...

What a fun idea...and they look so cute all ready to be sent off!

Thimbleanna said...

Ohmygosh -- I must get to work! Your piles look awesome!

sewtakeahike said...

ditto what Anna said! your piles look fabulous Anna! I cannot WAIT to start getting little packages in the mail!

Howdy said...

Oh that reminds me of a fun challenge I participated in a couple years ago! A quilty friend collected 10$ from each of us and prepared the fabric we were all to use to make a quilt. We had to use at least a piece of each fabric she put together for the challenge and we could add another fabric or two if I remember right. What we didn't know until she handed over the fabric was that she had put together about 75 pieces each approx 9 x 11 inches. We all had the same bundle of fabric... it was fun to see at the big reveal what we had each done.... there are pictures in my webshots album...

http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/album/561040900aYLUDH

Your bundles look like fun!! Enjoy!

Carla said...

Your piles look great! My scraps are all a LOT smaller. LOL

Jackie said...

Your scraps look so cute all bundled up and nicely tied. A scrap swap sounds like fun!

amber johnson said...

Anna,

Hi, it's Amber from Just Sew. I met you today and I wanted to check out your blog before I forgot the address! It's a great blog! I love your quilt below in the browns, reds and blues. And, your train quilt is so cute! That is so great to be able to say that you did ALL the work on it. What a treasure for your little nephew to have.

Well, it was great to have met another young quilter! Good luck with your projects!

P.S. The Alpine Quilt Guild is a great Guild that I started going to a couple of months ago. If you're looking for another fun quilting group it's the last Tues. of every month in the Red Church Bldg. (across from the Peppermint Place in Alpine.) It meets at 8 p.m.

Take care!

Kim said...

Anna-I didn't know you were so crafty! Your quilts are beautiful.

Stacey said...
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Stacey said...

I wanted to thank you for the scraps I recieved. I love them and can't wait to make something with them!
Can't wait to see what you come up with as well!

Stacey

BTW love the brooks n dunn song...one of my FAVS!!!!