Introduction The Journey How It All Started Frugality and Rescuing Fabric Going Scrap Crazy Finding Your Niche Scrap Management Where Do All The Scraps Come From? Where Do I Start? Sorting and Storing Mixing Materials Making Scrap Quilts Choosing a Color Scheme Paying Attention to Value You Don't Need To Use It All Context Is Important What to Do When Things Aren't Working Using Up the PiecesAlternate Project Ideas Taking Your Time The Flip Side Scrap Options Stash Options Using Orphan or Test Blocks Projects Using Squares Mini Nines Hot & Cold Subtle Projects Using Strings & Strips Slopes Donuts (The Size of Your Head) Scrap Happy Rails June Projects Using Triangles All Sizes Chain of Diamonds Remainders Projects Using Snippets Ring Me Skinny Pinnie Fabric and Paper Pincushion Bright Birch Tree Pincushion Pillow Pincushion Cards About the Author
Amanda is a quilt teacher, fabric and pattern designer, Craftsy instructor, blogger, and co-author of Sunday Morning Quilts. When not quilting, she enjoys cooking, knitting, and fishing. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and three kids.
We all have them, and sometimes they overwhelm the sewing studio. We're taking scrapstoo good to throw out and awaiting the "someday" they might be used. If you're looking for 16 great scrap-suitable projects, this is your book. There's good info on storing and organizing your bits, how to work with colors and values, using tiny bits and orphan blocks. Look for fun projects using strips, squares, triangles and snippetsfrom to quilts to small accessory and decor items. American Quilt Retailer, February 2017 Amanda Jean Nyberg, who co-authored the popular Sunday Morning Quilts with Cheryl Arkison, has now written her own book of delightful quilt patterns, using something every quilter has plenty of - scraps! Quilter's Connection, Spring 2017