I was recently playing around with some stripped-pieced leftovers. Sometimes I just love to puzzle out something useful from what would usually get thrown in the trash. All these silly bug fabrics were so darn cute, I just couldn't toss this odd little pile of fabric so I had saved them for a later date.
I started cutting some wedges out of the pieces...
and started sewing them back up into some cute little X blocks.
As they were all different sizes, I decided to float them randomly in some solids. Kona white, ash and charcoal worked perfectly!
I soon had this cute little quilt finished for some lucky baby boy!
Then I immediately pulled out some Sherbet Pips scraps I had and made this adorable quilt for some lucky little baby girl. I had just enough of that pink solid to make those 4 blocks - I love when that happens!
Not sure yet what I will do with these cuties. They were sewn entirely from my stash and were made more for my own entertainment. I might donate them to our local hospital's NICU but for now I have them listed in my Etsy shop.
Time to go rummage around in my sewing room and see what inspires me next!
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