Scraptember has come and gone, but what a month it was! Thanks to everyone who shared their creations in the Sewcialists flickr pool. I’m excited to share them in today’s round-up!
A pieced blouse from Sophie, who made this awesome schematic of her scrap sources.
Skirts & Pants:
Becky’s patchwork skirt in progress. What an undertaking!
Accessories & Unmentionables:
Marilla’s leather bag, made from inter-generational scraps!
And from Sarah, a sewing accessory! She made a pincushion from scraps, stuffed with – guess what – more scraps!
For the kiddos:
Big thanks to everyone who shared their projects this month; I was thoroughly inspired by all of them and I hope you were, too. If you made something for Scraptember that I somehow missed, please let me know and I’ll do a follow-up post.
And!! If you still feel like you have an excess of scraps – who doesn’t? – please carry on the festivities of Scraptember into the rest of the year!
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