Wonky Houses and Trees from Scraps

It's no secret in my quilting circle that I keep scraps. (I figured I paid for the fabric and I can surely make things with the leftovers.) I have made a number of mug rugs. I have stacks of HST sewn, waiting to be put into some quilted project. My new Accuquilt Go! has helped reduce the size of the storage drawers needed as I cut various shapes. And presently, those shapes are stored in one divided box. 

But, on a visit to Persimon Dreams' website (HERE), the Scrap Quilt Challenge 2016 caught my eye. On the 15th of the month for 10 months a different designer will be featured.  They'll be sharing a fun block and/or tip or trick for using up scraps! So, I began the other night. When I had a few minutes to spare doing something that didn't need precision or concentration, I made some blocks that I will show you now. 

I don't know where it will take me, but I'm having fun sewing these wonky blocks. 
If you have scraps, perhaps you would like to follow this scrap challenge.


Needled Mom said...

Soo cute!

Janine said...

Great use of scraps :)

allthingzsewn said...

love the wonky blocks, but then I'm partial to any house block

Anne / Springleaf Studios said...

You have fun scraps. Off to check out the scrap challenge. Thanks for the link.

Nancy said...

Have fun.

Valerie Reynolds said...

I LOVE them!!! Isn't it fun playing with scraps like this!! Yours are looking so playful and fun!