Design Wall Monday is here again. The month is flying by! See more Design Walls on Judy's Small Quilts and Doll Quilts blog.
In my last post I mentioned another Scrap Basket quilt from designer Kim Brackett. I set aside a long-hoarded jelly roll and background fabric for this quilt at least a year ago, but have wanted to make the cover quilt, Hourglass, for much longer than that--I love it!
The jelly roll is Recess by American Jane (so very old it is out of print!). I separated out the mini dot fabrics and light strips and will use the prints posed closest to the book for the blocks, with a white solid for background The binding will be the measuring tape fabric; I'll supplement with mini dot fabrics if there is not enough of that yardage. There is a lot of cutting in my future.
While rooting around in my Hoosier cabinet that houses all the project boxes, etc, I also found an unlabeled box which turned out to have pieces I cut months ago for a Plaidish 2 quilt. That triggered a landslide of cutting from the overflowing scrap drawers. I loved the original Plaidish quilt I made and recently gifted to my niece in Arizona (free pattern and tutorial on Kitchen Table Quilting)
I spent an enjoyable couple of hours thinning the precut scrap and loose scrap drawers. The pattern is a large throw but since the designer assembles it by blocks, you can make fewer blocks if you like. The binding job on the Summer Breeze quilt got pushed to another day for this scrap box detour! I've put away the Plaidish2 parts but will get them out to play again soon.