Saturday, January 12, 2013

GOT SCRAPS????

THEN...check this out!

  Angela over at So Scrappy is hosting
 a 2013 Rainbow Scrap Challenge. 
Check out her MisterLinky Party on
Scrappy Saturdays to see
what others scrappers are working on!

http://superscrappy.blogspot.com

It's a  fun way to use up those scraps 
you've been HOARDING
and make a rainbow scrap quilt.   


Having NEVER done this before I was a bit leery.  
But Angela assured me it is no pressure, no obligation, 
just lots of scrappy fun!

So here I go....
sorting my scraps!


All bagged and ready to do as soon as I figure out 
the design I want for my Rainbow Scrap Quilt!



Today, I emptied the "RED/PINK" bag.
I used everything except the very dark reds.

This scrap method has been called many things.
Mile a Minute, Crumbs Chaos..many things

I am working on a tutorial to show you
how I got this fun strip of "scraps?
It is so quick and easy!

The "R" (reds) of ROY G BIV

A Kwilty Pleasures Rainbow of fun!
What do you think?

17 comments:

  1. Fabulous rainbow stripe! It looks like you have enough bags of rainbow scraps to keep you going for a while. Thanks for joining in.

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  2. I so enjoyed your post about the rainbow scrap challenge. And I'm going to enjoy watching you play with your scraps this year :)

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  3. Very nice, Mile a Minute (Crumb) is about my favourite scrappy block. I did last years RSC in Mile a Minute.

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  4. Love your mile a minute cannot wait for the tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Thanks, Kathy! Your pretty pink blocks and post was just the incentive that I needed to get sewing and join in this scrappy fun ... :) Pat

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  6. Great to see you join in the fun. Great looking crumbs you have done. I love the mix.

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  7. It looks great, I love the picture of your scraps all sorted out and I'm looking forward to your tutorial, I keep thinking I'll try crumb quilting.

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  8. Love your piece! I look forward to your tutorial - this is a new technique to me, but looks like fun.

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  9. Loved seeing all your scraps organized by color - what fun! Your crumb block/stripe is inspiring; I have been tempted to do some crumb blocks this year too. Looking forward to seeing your progress!

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  10. Lovely reds...looking forward to see your rainbow quilt!

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  11. This is beautiful and you'll really enjoy the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Very relaxed and no rules!

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  12. Look at all those beautiful scraps!

    Looking forward to your tutorial and seeing each set as you progress through the colors. This is going to be a great looking quilt when completed.

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  13. You certainly are organized. I like that there is no pressure, no commitment required - just fun.

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  14. Gosh you are so organised. I love the quilt coming out of all that organisation. Visiting from Sew Darn Crafty

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  15. Great to see your scrap baggies being fruitful! Those reds are lovely :-) thanks for linking up!

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