I'm still working with those 2.5 inch medium blue (and then some) scraps.
I made four Little Twinklers. I started making these last year so have 62 of them now. I'm going to make a twin sized quilt for my 5 year old grandson with these. He loves to play in the 2.5 inch scraps and a lot of the longer pieces become Ninja headbands and sashes for a day. Last week he had a sash with pumpkins and a colored pencil headband and looked quite stylish. (And I think he was trying to secretly figure out how to tie me to the chair with scraps). I cut a piece of that colored pencil fabric off for these blocks. Hopefully he will always remember playing in the scraps and chatting with Gram when he looks at his quilt.
I finished 3 more 8 inch Depression blocks. I made some of these last year when I had left over HSTs from making my Little Monkey Wrench blocks but don't have enough for even a baby quilt at this point. The Depression Block is one of my favorites and I've made all different sized blocks (8,12, 16) into quilts. It's a great scrap buster.
I also had HSTs left so made a 4 inch Broken Dish block. I have a big pile of miscellaneous 4.5 inch blocks that may become a Kitchen Sink quilt some day or a bunch of donation quilts.
Then I worked myself out of the 2.5 inch scraps and into the 4.5. I started several projects late last year to carry into this year that will use 4.5 inch scraps - chevrons, HSTs, Depression, Dresden and now..Broken Wheels.
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