I noticed that I have a lot of 2 inch squares that are not matching for easy breezy. So, when I saw this new block, I knew I could use the non- matching 2 inch squares. Any chance to get scrappy is fun for me. I found this at Suzies-scraps.com, scrappy snowballs.
I have been sewing HSTs for the shirt anvil block again. I cut for awhile, and, then, I sew for awhile. Then, I pick up something else for a bit. I have quilting ADD. with no H for hyperactivity.
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I'm going to go check that pattern out. Looks like a good one to use up older fabrics! Will these become a RSC project? Happy stitching!ReplyDelete
Great idea. I’m not sure I would have enough 2” squares to make enough of this block. Great scrap buster!ReplyDelete
Oooh, I really like the extra scrappy snowball in the middle (secondary pattern).ReplyDelete
I think a lot of us have QADD! Quilter'sADD. Thanks for linking up with To-Do!ReplyDelete
I have quilting ADD, too, so glad I'm not alone! The new snowball block idea is a neat one!ReplyDelete
Amazing what can be done with scraps. I'm shuffling through lots of mine in these hard times. Maybe all quilters have ADD? Take care & stay safe.ReplyDelete
That Snowball pattern is a great way to use up your random scrap squares, Maggie. Have fun with it!!ReplyDelete
I seem to have amassed rather a large collection of 2” squares as well... Thanks for this idea!ReplyDelete