Saturday, July 16, 2011

my Scraps have a new "Home"

Yesterday I changed the storage of my small scraps from this...
...to this:
The plastic containers are very much nicer than the cardboard boxes. You can see what´s in them, and they are all the same size.

This is the view from my sewing room window at the moment. The steeple of the church is being restored.

11 comments:

Frog Quilter said...

Scraps are the best.

ann hermes said...

Nice organization. I wish I would do the same!!

LuAnn said...

I like your new system. Sometimes it makes me want to use those scraps sooner if I can see inside the container.

Elizabethd said...

So much easier arranged like that.

Karen said...

Just saw your post on Stash Manicure... wow!!... what beautiful work... I've never done anything that small, but I think you've inspired me...

Vickie said...

I just read your post over at Sew We Quilt! WoW your tiny mini quilts are amazing! Thanks for sharing!

Ruth said...

Your quilts are incredible! I struggle with trying to do a regular size quilt, and you have such precision. WOW! Your sewing room has a great view.

Christel Hutson said...

Hi, I just came from your post at Stash Manicure! I am amazed at the beautiful, tiny little quilts!I create ooak art dolls, as well as dollhouse miniatures in 1/12 scale. These little quilts are so impressive! I am now one of your followers. Thanks so much for sharing! The two pieces you did with the help of your Mum are my favorites! Christel

Gmama Jane said...

I'm from Stash manicure , new follower and admirer of your teeny tiny quilts. They are so unique. Love the view from your sewing room.
Blessings
Gmama jane

LJ said...

You are truly amazing! I'm struggling with table toppers and baby quilts and you tackle these minis. What patience you must have. :)

Beth said...

I came here from Madame Samm's blog, to tell you how amazed and impressed I am with your tiny quilts. Thanks so much for sharing. I am a new follower.

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