I am a bit
Example: When our Bee goes on a shop hop, Suzanne has purchased several laundry baskets and put our names on them so when we buy something we can throw it in our basket and then when we are done no one has to search for their bags. My basket is always the least filled!
No kidding. I only buy fabric when I know what I am going to make with it and not much extra either.
Therefore, when I have left over fabrics they are small pieces, none of this 1/2 yard or more stuff for me.
So.......when I can make a 2nd quilt using left over fabric I feel like it is a FREE quilt since I didn't purchase the fabrics just for that particular quilt.
This quilt is from left over fabric from a couple of Twister quilts I made last year. Therefore....it is free.
It never seems to work anyway!
design boards for her. Aren't they cute? I love going to Lori Holt's blog, Bee in my Bonnet, and seeing what fun things she has done. She has a tutorial on making these boards. They go together quickly with a tiny bit of sewing and a lot of gluing. Be aware tho.......they are addictive. I see several more of these in my future. Can you imagine how nice they will be for keeping blocks together (Like Buggy Barn blocks). They can even be stacked so your cat can't mess them up. Perfect size to take to quilt retreats or Bee's to keep projects together too.
Best get dinner in the crockpot so I can head back to my sewing room.
Happy Quilting! Lynda