Time for a giveaway! Scrappy Baskets Quilt Pattern
Scrappy baskets Quilt was such a fun quilt to make, using my scrap bin to make the basket blocks. I love getting into the rhythm of sewing when making a pieced quilt, with my favorite music playing, or a great audiobook to listen to while stitching. I find each quilt has a story of where and what I was doing at that point in time, it's like keeping a diary of my daily life in my quilts. While making Scrappy Baskets Quilt I was trying out a new technique for making half-square triangles, learning to be more random with my fabric choices and enjoying the process.
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