I've finished a 40x60 quilt top with my green scraps. I've challenged myself to see how many donation quilts I can make from my scraps. I've also been participating in the Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2013 at ScrapHappy's blog. I didn't realize I had so many green scraps. I probably have enough left over for another whole quilt.
12 inch Bear Track I found at Quilter's Cache. I made 4 1/2 inch crumb blocks for the centers and then sewed all my 2 1/2 inch pieces into strips and combined with heavy muslin to make HSTs.
When this one is finished it will go to Quilts Beyond Borders where I hope it will give another child a case of the giggles.
I've also finished a 50x60 quilt top with my purple scraps. There are many variations on the Puss in the Corner quilt block. I made 10 inch blocks similar to a pattern at Quilt Index. I made 6.5 inch crumb blocks with my purple scraps and used purple scraps for the corner 2.5 inch HSTs. The border strips were 2.5 inches in solid colors I had in my stash.
This quilt is for the Hands 2 Help Charity Quilt Challenge. It will be a Quilty Hug for Happy Chemo.
This top used up most of my purple quilt scraps when purple was the color of the month at RSC 2013 where we link up and show off our use of scraps every Saturday. If you've got a lot of scraps don't hesitate to join in. Like I said, I love looking at all the different fabrics. The ideas are inspirational also.