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Tuesday Treats: Destash Giveaway!
I've been doing a lot of digging into what makes me tick as I work on my business and personal goals this year, and as it happens, one of my most favorite things is gift giving (which corresponds nicely with many other people's enjoyment of gift receiving ; ) As such, I'm starting monthly giveaways on both my blog and Instagram accounts, and since Tuesdays are my favorite day of the week, the first Tuesday of the month will be treat day!
I've also been furiously trying to get to the bottom of my WIP pile, which included the two Wee Wander birthday quilts that I posted a few days ago. As much as I adored working with these beautiful, whimsical prints, I think I'm ready to pass on what I have left of them. Admittedly, this is a small "giveaway" as far as these things go, but I'm offering up my pile of Wee Wander scraps ranging in size from tiny to fat quarters. These might be fun for kids to create with, or to add to an eye spy project or colorful scrap quilt!
***Giveaway closed. Congratulations, Kathy E.! ***
1. Leave a comment below letting me know what you do with your scraps.
Stash them away for later use? Purge after working with something for a while?
2. For an extra entry, subscribe via email and let me know in a separate comment.
Giveaway closes at 12 AM EST on Saturday, October 7, 2016.
Winner will be chosen at random, and announced here and via email.
Best of luck!
P.S. Don't forget to hop over to Instagram for a chance to win this week's other
@berrybarndesigns giveaway, too: a Halloween zipper pouch for you AND a friend!
I'd love these scraps! I have some of this fabric line but not a lot-I want to make a quilt for a little girl and these added scraps would help.
This looks like cute pile for cushion cover :)
I save them to make scrappy baby quilts that I donate to the local shelter
I save all of my scraps! I color coordinate them to make patchwork baby bibs and they are adorable! I also like to applique, so even the smallest scrap can be used for a flower center or eye. The strips get put out in the spring for the birds to make pretty nests. Everything gets used!
Anja @ Anja Quilts
What a great idea. Good luck with the destashing.
These look adorable! Thank you for sharing! I save even the tiniest scraps and they inspire me very much! I don't have any quilts shops here so I appreciate every piece of fabric! x Teje
I love this collection! Usually I cut my scraps into either 2 inch strips of 2.5 inch squares, or I leave them larger for any scrap projects that may come my way.Thanks for the chance to win!
These fabrics are so beautiful, Sarah! I keep all of my scraps. Sometimes I cut them into 1 1/2", 2 1/2" squares and strips, but most of the time I'm too lazy and just stuff them into the scraps bag.
I remember when you started these quilts:) I need scraps for my Do good stitches group, every person has such different taste and it's hard having all of the fabrics that they want in my stash.
I love Wee Wander. What a pretty giveaway! I put my scraps in glass canisters by color: warms, greens, blues, purples & neutrals. I often pull from these jars for making bee blocks and other small projects.
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I'm teaching my 9-year-old to sew, and we'd use the scraps to plan something to make for her friends! Too cute!
I hold on to my scraps! You never know when inspiration will hit and those scraps will come in handy!
I love this line! I keep all my scraps in big tubs, but I do use them fairly regularly for small projects and Applique etc 😊
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What a sweet idea! This is a fabric line I love but have not yet sewn with, so I would love to add these to my eye spy or small kids project pile. I stash my scraps and pull from them for small projects here and there. I don't have enough yet to create a full scrap quilt, so for now they just supplement other small projects. ❤
I save most of my scraps and use when I need small pieces. I try to organize them by color, but have a basket overflowing with the really small pieces!
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