04 April, 2013

Constant


Staying on top of scraps is a constant battle. These are about half of the scraps that accumulated in the 3 months I've been sewing in my new studio space. They were sitting all together in my favourite scrap basket, waiting for sorting. So finally I did just that. I love having a system in place, it means this kind of sorting only takes a short time, but it still must be done on a continuous basis.

Did I mention this is only half of them?


Not to mention my existing bins of scraps. I see a massive sort and cull coming soon. Spring cleaning. Starting fresh. Whatever you want to call it, I'll be sharing soon. Unless you want to see another scrap quilting book.

11 comments:

CarlyMaria said...

haha well, at least you know you've been sewing lots!

Samantha said...

I have let my scraps go for too long, and now the thought of tackling them terrifies me...

Mallorie Anderson said...

I have yet to begin sorting my scraps..... I do however have your book and would love to see another :)

Patti said...

Yep, scrap sorting is definitely an ongoing process. But it wouldn't hurt my feelings to see another scrap quilting book from you. Have Sunday Morning Quilts and love it!

SheilaN8 said...

Oh yes please! Another book! I loooove Sunday Morning Quilts!

Sue Bartlett said...

Another book - PLEASE!!!!!!

Suzanne said...

I hope that IS a tease for another book! I would love to see how your scraps live after they are sorted.

Carla said...

Oh another book would be wonderful! Still waiting for A month of Sundays : )

JaneB said...

I need to work on mine, too, but if you are clearing out, please think of me. :)

Nicole said...

Oh come on, another book is sooooo much more fun than purging!

the ark said...

Another scrap-quilting book, PLEASE!!! Oh, I wish you hadn't brought it up because now I am DYING to see another scrap book from you!!!
Be still my heart...
Tricia