I don't really hit garage sales these days.
But when there is a tip-off from a friend
that there's a "quilter's sale"...I'm in.
The fabrics were just so-so; none were
"quilt shop" quality but there were all these
homemade little jelly rolls ($4) and huge
charm packs ($4) to lure me in.
Each charm pack has about 190 squares!
Can you turn that down--even if it's mediocre
fabric? And even if you are trying to weed
out your own stash? This was a tough call,
but in the end, I kept it to a minimum amount.
(25 cent fat quarters?)
~2 charm super-packs, 2 jelly rolls, 7 fat quarters~
Yes, those are my geese flying around in the background.
I promise, I'm working on them right now!
I just think it looks like some summer fun.
You know, "no-brainer" stuff.
(like I don't have enough "summer fun" in my own stash?)
Maybe a picnic quilt? Or five?
Oh, and these:
(sorry for the lame pic quality)
This is not my style but these nine 12"-scrappy
blocks are all made up just waiting to be something.
Any ideas? They came with directions to make a
large quilt but it's just not for me.
But for just $2, I could just put them together,
have some FMQ practice and then donate?