Hi, I'm Caroll. I blog for the Attic Window Quilt Shop and I have a question for you. Are you a saver? What a silly question. All quilters are savers. It’s in our blood. Some days I feel like my growing scrap pile is closing in on me and that if I don’t do something soon it will squeeze me right out of my sewing room. Can’t let that happen. I’m addicted. I gotta quilt! Consequently, I’m constantly looking for ways to use up those scraps. When I see the beautiful scrap quilts on other blogs, I think, “I’ll do that.” Then I realize how much piecing is involved and rationality sets in. I may start it, but I’ll never finish it. However, here is something I might do. The other day when I was at the Attic Window Quilt Shop, I came across this book. It called out to me for several reasons: 1. it has lots of ideas for small projects that you can make with your scraps. Notice the word SMALL. Now this is the kind of piecing I can do and FINISH! #2. this lovely book was just $9. That’s unheard of today! Most books I buy have to either be purchased with my 50% off coupon at that unnamed other store or found at a yard sale. #3. this lovely book is by a fellow Michigander, Carol Loessel of Macomb, Michigan. Now, I ask you, who could resist those three reasons to buy! You can visit Carol’s blog here.
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