Keep Scraps Under Control with 10 Easy Blocks

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Cut Scraps to Size so You’re Ready to Sew When You Have a Minute!

Are you being overrun with scraps? If so, you’ll appreciate this compilation of easy and quickly made scrappy blocks.

Karen Brown from Just Get It Done Quilts has put together a video demonstrating ten easy blocks that can be made with scraps.

Keep Scraps Under Control with These Easy Scrappy Blocks

Quilt by Susan Gray.

Her approach is to keep “Mount Scrapmore” under control by making a few blocks at a time during and between other projects. Over time you’ll produce a great scrap quilt.

She provides a lot of great scrap-management tips along with the block instructions in the following video.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

Karen’s method for dealing with scraps as they accumulate is the foundation for her scrappy-blocks system. She’s created an informative video that outlines her approach (which is referenced in the video above).

Keep Scraps Under Control with These Easy Scrappy Blocks

By creating strips of specific sizes she’s ready to make any of the blocks in the first video when she feels inclined to do so. Her system can easily be adapted to work with the types of blocks you like to make.

Watch to learn all of her great tips for taming your scrap pile.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

 

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