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Explore innovative and creative scrappy ideas for your next DIY project. Get inspired to turn leftover materials into unique and eco-friendly creations.
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Scooby-Doo is an animated series produced for Saturday morning television in several different names and incarnations from 1969 to the present. The original series, Scooby Doo Where Are You!, was created for Hanna-Barbera Productions by writers Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, CBS executive Fred Silverman, and character designer Iwao Takamoto. Hanna-Barbara and its successor, Warner Bros. Animation, have produced numerous follow-up and spin-off animated series and several related works, including…

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Lori Erney-Holly
Strip Quilt Patterns, Vintage Quilts Patterns, Quilting Designs Patterns, Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns, Patchwork Quilt Patterns, Scrap Quilts Patterns Leftover Fabric Simple, Modern Quilt Patterns Free, Leftover Fabric Crafts, Modern Quilt Blocks

This Scrappy September, we want you to raid your fabric stash and sew up something beautiful with all that's left of your other projects. We knew that quilters end up with lots of leftover fabrics and that inspired us to get scrappy with our September sewing! This September, we are challenging you to make a new quilt entirely from your scrap stash. Are you up for it?

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Dorothy Tetley
Diy, Couture, Crochet, Quilting, Quilts, Patchwork, Quilt Piecing, Strip Quilts, Scrappy Quilts

The vortex quilt project was a great scrap buster. I got 2 quilts out of that project. But for some reason, after all the mess all over my sewing room, and working several months on those vortex quilts, I still had a huge pile of scraps!! They just seemed to multiply!!! So I decided to try scrap strips instead to see if I could lesson my scrap mountain. I put my scraps into piles strips that were about the same length. I had 6 or 7 piles of different lengths. I pulled two from the first pile…

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Ursula Dellamar
Strip Quilt Patterns, Quilting Designs Patterns, Beginner Quilt Patterns, Patchwork Quilt Patterns, Quilt Sewing, Scrap Quilts Patterns Leftover Fabric Simple, Crazy Quilts Patterns, Jelly Roll Quilt Patterns, Quilting Templates

The week between Christmas and New Year's I pin basted four quilts, preparing them for machine quilting. Today I am sharing the third finish of the four. I made this quilt from rectangles I found in a box of scraps from a quilt I made a number of years ago. There were a lot more rectangles than I remembered, so I started randomly placing them on my design wall and created this top. This was pure mindless sewing, which is needed on occasion! The machine quilting was purely mindless, too. I…

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Stormy Liston
what became of my Scrap Triangles — Stitched in Color Triangle Quilt Pattern, Scrappy Quilt Patterns, Half Square Triangle Quilts, Hexagon Quilt, Scrappy Quilts, Easy Quilts, Quilt Sewing, Quilt Blocks, Fat Quarter Quilt Pattern

It’s happened to you too, I’m sure. You’re happily sewing, your mind relaxed, contented and open. Suddenly it strikes you that the scraps of your current work-in-progress are positively perfect fodder for a new idea, and you feel instinctively that it must be.

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Janet Hampton Loomis