Right now, any sewing I do has to be easy and easy to reach. I found these laying next to the machine. I use Carolina chain as an away project
, but it just looked like fun, so, I sewed a few blocks. I'd like to say that this is a great scrap buster pattern, but, it barely made a dent.
I've started another snowman for my rug.
I am linking to:
Hi Maggie! Oooh, I love these blocks. Those fabrics you're using are so fun, and using up scraps is the best. Even if it doesn't make a huge dent, it's a start. ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
Oops - I forgot to say thanks for linking up! ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
I lie that your chains are growing! Such a great variety! Thanks for linking to Finished or Not Finished Friday!ReplyDelete
Your Carolina Chain blocks are just great! I always think every little bit (or block!) counts!ReplyDelete
Good luck on getting your Carolina Chain blocks doneReplyDelete
You've used some fun scraps in your chain blocks. Hope every day is a bit closer to normal so you can get back to your serious stitching.ReplyDelete
Love your Snowman Rug! He's adorable! In the meantime, Carolina Chain is a great way to ease back into the sewing room. Take care of yourself!ReplyDelete
Another cute snowman! I'm fascinated by the fabric guard around the edge.ReplyDelete
Scraps are so resilient, aren't they?! Your Carolina blocks are terrific, as is your latest snowman.ReplyDelete
The Carolina Chain blocks do look like fun! What a cute snowman! Thanks for linking up to Creative Compulsions!ReplyDelete