You've heard of Rapunzel who could turn straw into gold? Quilters are kind of like that too.
this photo that I showed you the other day?
WWSM (What would Sally make?)
|Sally is making string-pieced blocks for her Bonnie Hunter's Jamestown Landing quilt. They are pieced on top of a paper backing. She is using very, very small scraps.|
How about this picture?
|These bags are filled with love.|
|Even the tiniest of scraps add up to comfort and love in a pet pillow! No fabric is too old or too ugly!|
|Here I am with Marion stuffing our first pet pillow of the weekend.|
|Thanks to all the girls, no fabric shreds went into the trash this weekend and we stuffed four pet pillows. Thanks also to |
Kim P. who donated two huge bags of shreds that we used for some of the stuffing.
|Emma stuffed at least two pet pillows all by herself! Thanks Emma!|
My co-worker Jen volunteers at the South Shore animal rescue every week and I filled the back seat of her car with eight pet pillows on Monday. She was thrilled.
This next project isn't exactly scraps, but it also uses very small pieces of fabric.
Still a few more blog posts to come about our October Weekend. I took A LOT of photos to make up for some lack of prior blogging (yes, I heard you Complaint Department).
Linking up on Friday to Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Richard and Tanya Quilts and
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Pugs and kisses,