awesome mug came from my friends at Modern Textiles in Fargo. It's my new favorite! This is scrap project #63/101.
here if you would like to make one of your own. This pattern is a great way to use mini charm packs or scraps! This is scrap project #64.
repeat pillow using some of my distressed fabric from last fall. I gave the first two pillows away, so it's nice to have one to live at my house. I have enough fabric to make a whole quilt in this pattern. I can't seem to get it out of my head! I can guess what I will be cutting out tonight. :) This is scrap project #65.
This is the other side. I think it turned out so cute! My husband is wondering what I will use it for, but really, does there need to be a reason? :) Actually, I think I will use it to hold charging cords for my phone and iPad. This is scrap project #66.
Last weekend when I was teaching in Duluth I swiped a few scraps from the community scrap bins. I made these two mini mats to remind me of my fun weekend and my awesome students. I love this color scheme! I wish I would have used solid red for the binding, but hindsight is always clearer. These are scrap project #67.
This isn't a scrap project, but I had a yard of this cute fabric hanging around for the past few months...I finally took a half hour to sew it up into a pillow case. I love it! It's so cheery....all it's missing is unicorns! Ha!
So that's my 7! Not bad for a weekend (plus a Monday's worth) of sewing! Woo-hoo!
One more little project to share....I made this little needle book a few weeks ago for a friend.
The inside has a little bit of sweet briar rose. I love the combo and how it all came together. This is scrap project #68.
Phew! That's a lot of little projects. Feels good to get things done! Now if I could just finish some quilts....I think that's next on the agenda!
Happy Monday to you!