Welcome to another edition of Wonderful Wednesday!! I'm here to share a look at the scrap bags that came in during the months of February and March 2021. I try to keep up with the posting, but didn't quite manage it this time.
Thank you to the following fabulous quilty friends, who SEW generously passed along some really usable fabric scraps...
Maggie packaged up some squares, triangles and strips. If you look closely, you will see another strip of one of the fabrics used to bind my March Table Scraps Challenge:
Diane H. shared a random assortment of patterns, small project kits, along with some bright and cheerful scraps. I rooted through it all, but can't recall if I ended up using any of the strippy bits yet:
Candy can always be counted on for yellow scraps, this time, they were accompanied by a variety of red and gray pieces and some teal was hidden in the depths of the bag:
Ella's grocery sack contained scrap chunks (including one that I used for the backing of my March Table Scraps Challenge quilt linked above) and some yardage:
Jean F. provided the motherload! Her offering was a tall kitchen trash bag which was three-quarters filled with solids, prints, and a whole lot of batik scraps in various shapes and sizes:
Fabric overload, Joyful???
Nah!! I will sort through and see what I think will be used for my quilt making and pass along the rest. Win-win!
Until next time...