Hello! This weekend I finished up a project with the smallest of scraps…and it was just a terrific reminder of how even the smallest scraps can be saved and used to create something you love!
I’ve been challenging myself to use more of my stash this year in projects big
and small…and this Mini Clambake pattern by Thimbleblossoms was the perfect choice for these fun scraps from almost all of the Bonnie & Camille collections.
Actually, I think there might be something in here from every collection other than their first one, Simple Abundance and their upcoming Little Ruby!
The key to a pattern like this is fabric placement. There is one spot in the center of the quilt where I have two light prints touching…that’s about the only change I would make in this quilt.
Now if I can just decide how to quilt this so I can get it up on the wall!
Happy Monday…and thanks so much for stopping by!
Cute, cute, cute! I like how that one red block with the white flowers resembles an OWL!
Little Quiltsong says
Love your mini. I have the big pattern of this, but have the little one on my 'wish list'. It is so cute and love that you almost don't need any background fabric for this pattern – even for the big one. Now you have really wet my appetite to get this mini pattern :)!
Sharon Collins says
Love this. I will have to look for this pattern.
I love this one! I couldn't resist and used a Gooseberry charm pack for mine but now I know I need another just scrappy one:-)
Quilts By Laurel says
Such a cute quilt! I have this pattern, but I haven't done anything with it yet. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂
Really cute quilt. I'm really interested in how you're gonna quilt it.
Rosemary B❤️ says
Oh Sherri, this is so cute. Could you just imagine this as a roof for a house quilt? I just love it so much!!
I want to make my grandbaby all kinds of fun cute things
Sonia Parham says
It looks great. I like the colors. I have been trying to get out of my "box" in preparation to make a scrappy quilt for my daughter. Today I worked with some blocks in that regard… My blog tells what I went through today.
Anne / Springleaf Studios says
This is a really cute idea for small scraps.
So cute!! I need to make this too with lots of scraps in bins unsorted and trimmed…lol.