Monday, June 22, 2015

Not Always Black and White

You may remember that my grey and black scrap bin was full.  After dumping  those lovely scraps into a laundry basked to make them easier to see.  I started making wonky log cabins.  I've got 19 done. 
 A few more in various stages.
 And here is what the basket of scraps it looking like.
Think I'll have enough for 11 more blocks?
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11 comments:

  1. Ohhhh! Love your wonky log cabin blocks! But how do you empty your bin? My scraps seem to multiply when I try to work with them.

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  2. Beautiful and I love the little splashes of muted color in it.

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  3. You know I can never ever figure if I will have tooooooo much or not enoufghhhhh of the scrap batch I am working on... Do I wanna cheat and hit my shelves for more fabric or do I change the whole focus of the blocks and layout?

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  4. So that is what the bottom of a scrap bin looks like. I haven't seen one in so long!

    Your blocks look great. I know you can squeak out what you need to finish somehow.

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  5. Oh...I like what you are doing :-)

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  6. Your wonky log cabins are looking really great... excellent use of a full black & white scrap basket! And I love those little 'pops' of colour too!

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  7. Your Log Cabin blocks look wonderful. Like your color and fabric choices.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  8. It's coming along beautifully, Emily!!

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  9. Great design for your scraps!

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  10. This is so wonderful!! The colors are perfect.

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