I am a hoarder of scraps and almost no scrap of fabric is too small to keep. My fabric scraps are all kept in one single plastic storage bin, they are not sorted by color or size. No time (or storage space) for such organizational endeavors. But I do love my scrap bin and look upon it as a catalog of my fabric stash. It is however OVER flowing. Again.
And so the time has come to make a scrap quilt; which means spilling the entire contents of the scrap bin onto the floor and salvaging all those little bits. It's messy work.
Many of the salvaged fabric scraps selected for this project (together with some recently stashed fabrics) are those prints with a white/light background, as well as some larger scale graphic prints. The fabrics are rather reminiscent and a direct result of this project :
I still need to make more blocks and none have yet been joined together. The layout included here is just to give you a general idea of the design and feel of the quilt.
There is more scrap busting to be done today.
Tiffany Quilt and Quilt Pattern