Scrap Happy. Happy Scrappy.

To my mind, everybody loves scrap quilts.  I’m probably biased.

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Clockwise from the upper-left corner:  Scrap Basket Quilt by Amy Smart – My Favorite Color by Lissa Alexander – Housewarming by Amy Ellis – Meadow by Corey Yoder.

The book is Scraps Made Simple – 15 Sensationally Scrappy Quilts from Pre-Cuts.  Fifteen quilts from fifteen Moda-certified quilters – the Moda All-Stars.  In addition to making a quilt for the book, Lissa Alexander – ModaLissa – hand-picked the list of contributors that includes several Moda fabric designers and many of her friends in the quilting world.

Our friends at Martingale – That Patchwork Place – are sharing some of the “designer secrets” from the book today.  Scraps of Wisdom – each designer was asked several questions about storing scraps, signature moves, why they love scrap quilts, etc.  (It’s one of my favorite things in the book.)

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Moda Fabric Designers – Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts – Lynne Hagmeier of Kansas Troubles QuiltsLisa Bongean of Primitive GatheringsCorey Yoder of Coriander QuiltsAmy Ellis of Amy’s Creative Side – and Sherri McConnell of A Quilting Life.

Super-cool friends and amazing quilt designers – Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Co. – Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter – Sherri Falls of This ‘n That – Laura Boehnke ~ the long-time, revered “alternate version” designer for American Patchwork & Quilting – Jan Ragaller ~ quilt-shop owner, designer, author, etc. – Susan Ache ~ a prolific creator of original, scrappy quilts that she just made up as she went along – and Lisa H. Calle of Quilter’s Groove Rulers.

And me.  This is Old School.

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It’s based on one of those “who knows where this comes from” antiques from the early days of Pinterest.  I loved the idea of repeating a single block – especially when I could use a different fabric for each of the 210 blocks.  In playing around with options for the block sizes, my choice was determined by the block that could be made with two matching charm squares – or two blocks from a 10″ x 10″ layer cake square.  Fat Quarters and Fat Eighths will also work beautifully but the smaller the piece, the more variety, right?

As for how long this took me to make… a couple of months.  I made the blocks in batches of 25 to 30 using a single colorway – e.g., 25 blue blocks, 25 green blocks, etc.  Since each block has seven half-triangle squares, I made them eight-at-a-time with one leftover.  (I planned to make something with them but eventually shared them with someone who loves itty-bitty pieces.)

If you’re curious – 3,384.

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Because the nice folks at Martingale sent me a few more books than I’m going to need, we’re going to share three copies – three winners.

If you leave a comment by Midnight on Sunday, June 5th, you could win a copy of Scraps Made Simple.

Then get busy pulling and sorting your scraps.

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383 thoughts on “Scrap Happy. Happy Scrappy.

  1. Oh-scrappy. They make the best quilts. Just another chance to use up those fabrics we love and can’t part with.

  2. Would love to win a copy – some of my favorite quilters are in the book. Thanks for the give away!

  3. My love affair with Moda continues…….and my scrap bag is full…….the book sounds fabulous

  4. This book is on my wish list! It would be hard to pick a favorite they’re all great, and seem to be truly scrappy where many so-called “scrap” quilts call for FQ bundles or precuts.

  5. I love scrap quilts and right now I have sorted my scraps by colors in boxes I have collected from Costco!!! The only problem with my scraps is that they seem to multiply at night and I never seem to decrease the number of them. I would love that book..

  6. I love scrappy quilts and would love the chance to win a copy of this book. It looks like it would be a great book to have. Thanks for the give away.

  7. I love scrappy quilts – still trying to figure out the best way to stop them from reproducing (the scraps, that is)!

  8. I would LOVE to win this book! I have a large stash of fat quarters that would be perfect for making these quilts. Thanks so much!

  9. SEW excited about this book and I LOVE your contribution! Hopefully, your eye is better and you gained lots of sympathy and gentle hugs.

  10. I love scrappy quilts! I don’t have many pieces of yardage but tons of fat quarters, layer cakes and charm packs are in my stash. This book would help use up some of it. Thanks!

  11. Nearly all my quilts are scrap quilts. I like to have pieces of quilts past in my current quilt. I could definitely use some new ideas and would love to win a copy of “Scraps Made Simple.”

  12. Fell in love with scrappy quilts the first time I made Tag Sale, have been hooked on the fun it is to play with all that fabric ever since.

  13. I love scrappy quilts and am making one right now for my granddaughters wedding in July. The quilts in this book are right up my alley and would love to win!!!!

  14. Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous book! I love scrap quilts and these designers are the best of the best!

  15. Love love love scrap quilts… If I am gonna do a BOM or mystery I always go to my scraps… Funny thing they never seem to deminish wonder why

  16. I say we start a scrap exchange! We all have great scraps from hither and yon, ancient to modern, from the “not-quite-big-enough” to “why did I like this fabric?” lets do some trading people!

  17. I love Moda and I love your blog! Would LOVE to win this book! BTW, when will the Moda Frivols 11 be available? I’ve collected all 10 so far.

  18. Love, love, love the scrappy look. I really would love this book. So much inspiration in one place.

  19. That sure looks like a great book – fun patterns and a scrap advice from pros. A winner!

  20. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. The book seems super fun! I especially like your pattern and the houses pattern.

  21. Carrie I just LOVE your quilt ! You always do beautiful work. Thanks for the giveaway.

  22. Scrappy quilts always feel so old-timey, in the best way. I love to make them, receive them, and snuggle under them. What’s not to love about them, really?

  23. Sounds/looks like a great book! Finally into my very accessible quilt room and am organizing it. My DH is unearthing all sorts of fabric that was put into storage when i came home from the hospital.

  24. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of this Awesome book!!!! I love scrappy quilts!!

  25. It looks like a great book. I have a lot of scraps building up and these look like great ways to use them up.

  26. I can not make a quilt that isn’t scrappy- love lots of different pieces and fabrics! Thanks for the giveaway

  27. Scrappy quilts are fun to make. You can have a planned color palette or just let anything fly. I would love to win this book. Thanks for the chance to win.

  28. Scrappy quilts are the best! Thanks for giving me the opportunity to win one of the books! 🙂

  29. My fellow quilters make fun of me because I save every scrap but don’t do anything with them so this book would be great!

  30. Thought I had made a huge dent in my scraps but apparently they multiply when you are not looking. I would love to win this book. Thank you.

  31. This book might just help me explain the “scraps for later” box in the sewing room to everyone who asks, “why do you save all those little pieces? you should just throw them away.” Throw them away, indeed! Are they nuts?

  32. I thought I was reducing my scraps by making a “big girl” quilt for my toddler granddaughter’s transition from crib to bed. In fact, I know that I used many of the scraps left over from her four baby quilts :). Yet it does not appear to have made a dent in the scrap piles. I’d love to win this book.

  33. I loved the Moda designers row book and have already made a couple of quilts from it! Working with scraps is always a challenge for me and since I am crazy about the row book, Im sure I will find lots of ideas in this new book on scraps!! Moda designers, keep the books coming!!!

  34. That is so nice of Moda and the book Co. to send you those books. I would love to win one I have lots of scraps to use or I need to give them away. Thanks, Nancy P.

  35. What a wonderful giveaway! Love scraps and the many options they offer! Best quilts ever!

  36. Although I love the modern quilts, my favorites are still the vintage scrappy quilts – they remind me of the quilts my Grams made from pieces of fabric from her multiple sewing projects. Would love to win this book!

  37. I have tons of scraps and even though I sew many scrap quilts the pile doesn’t go down. I also have an extensive collection of Jelly Rolls and Layer Cakes. I would love this book. I enjoy reading your post.

  38. Oooh! I think I have some nice scraps for Old School. How many pieces for a king size quilt? Hmmm. A few more than the mini bowties quilt I still want to make?

  39. I love, love Moda fabrics and I love piecing the quilt tops. Would really like to win a copy.

  40. Would. Love to win a copy of the book, so I can make a scrappy quilt for my guest room.

  41. Oh “man, woman, and child” (as one old long time Nebraska football announcer used to shout when something exciting happened) I want this book. I need it. I was looking just this morning at the hundreds (thousands) of charm squares I’ve collected in the last 20 and a few years. Lots. Mostly one pack of a line, sometimes two or three or four. And trying to figure out what I should do with them. I thought of cutting them into 2 1/2″ squares and trying a leaders and enders quilt. I thought about trying to be more “formal” and making a true charm postage stamp quilt, limiting myself to one of each fabric. But that would leave me with the problem of what to do with all the rest of those squares. Dilemma. That’s why I need this book. I need a plan. Or at least a direction. Or two or three. Or more. I have a lot of charms. We won’t discuss all of the true “scraps” I have.

  42. Fantastic giveaway! And who couldn’t use another drool-worthy quilt book on their shelf?

  43. I’m a new quilter and already am building a good scrap pile… I’d love to learn some storing and using secrets! Thanks so much for the chance to win this great book!

  44. What better way to indulge in scrappy quilts than with this book! Thanks for the giveaway and chance to win.

  45. Scrappy quilts are my favorite. This book looks awesome. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

  46. Whoo hoo Scraps!! Another great book full of quilts I need to make. Simply beautiful designs to use up some of my scraps.

  47. I’ve never made a “scrappy” quilt, but it’s on my agenda! Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful book!

  48. I love quilts from scraps and have several to show it. A new book means I can dig into other scraps and see what comes out the other side.

  49. I love scrap quilts. They remind me of my Granny. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the give away!

  50. I could really use this book. I have been cutting up my scraps all day with my AccuQuilt. Now I just need a plan to use them.

  51. Love, Love, Love it scrappy! I’m another scrappy gal who would love to win a copy of the book! Thanks for the chance!

  52. I look forward to reading this blog. It really motivates me to get some new projects done. I have alot of scraps, that are actually organized, that I am sure I could use with patterns out of this book. Keep up the great blog!!!!!

  53. Unless you throw away all fabric bits after you finish a project then you’re likely to have lots of scraps, right? So it’s only right that you love scrap quilts, books and patterns! Can’t wait to get my hands on this book!

  54. As a new quilter, I don’t have a large stash of scrapes but have some fat quarters i can use for quilts in this book.

  55. “My Favorite Color” had me pulling out red fabrics, just from the cover photo. The whole-quilt view is even better.

  56. I adore scrappy quilts, and especially the one in the upper left picture. I’d love to have the book!

  57. I love making scrappy quilts! I have a huge box of calicoes crying to be put into a quilt!

  58. Scrap quilts are my favourite. I have used Carrie’s technique of make blocks in batches which allowed me to work on other projects at the same time.

  59. I love your quilt, Carrie, but I’d have to make a mini version. Or do it a little at a time over the course of years.

  60. Scrappy and happy. This way you never run short. Thanks for the chance to win. Looks like a great book.

  61. I love scrappy quilts. This looks like a fun book and it would be so cool to win one.

  62. Lovely examples! Scrap quilts have always been my faborite. I can’t even a quilt with fewer than 25 fabrics. Can’t wait to read this book!

  63. There are so many wonderful fabrics. I can never settle on one range, so end up with bits and pieces from all over – perfect for scrappy quilts. Love the look of this book as I’m always looking for inspiration to bring the fabrics together.

  64. How can something so lovely come from “scraps?” I don’t know which quilt I would want to make first, but I know I need the book to make it happy! It’s my birthday this week…what a great gift, to be a winner, it would be! Fingers crossed….

  65. Well there are many comments from those who would like to win one of those books and I too appreciate the opportunity. I do not have many scraps but I do have over 100 FQs that should be used so that I can purchase more.

  66. Boy oh boy do I have some scraps that I could put to good use with this book and my husband would be thrilled to see a small dent in my scrap bags. I love scrappy quilts because they look loved.

  67. This looks like such a wonderful book! I just love scrappy quilts, I find them so interesting to look at. When it comes to fabric in quilts, more is more, right?

  68. Love these patterns and these designers! I’m grateful for an opportunity to.enter the drawing!

  69. I’ve been reading my blog feeds tonight and have particularly enjoyed the posts by the scrappy designers featured in this book. I know I have to have this book in my collection!

  70. I have lots of scraps waiting to become quilts and this book would help me achieve that!

  71. I have lots of scraps. I love to make scrappy quilts. Thank you for a chance to win.

  72. I have been precutting leftover fabrics in 5 inch charming sizes. Lots of scrappy possibilities. Those are always my favorite quilts.

  73. I love the look of the scrappy quilts. I am a “beginner” at starting to organizing my scraps. Before, I just put all the leftover scraps in a box but now I am cutting into strips just ready for projects like in this book! My scrap quilts will have plenty of KS Troubles fabrics to mix and match with other projects I have done in past years.

  74. I love scrap quilts and would love to win a copy of the book. As hard as I try to use up my scraps, I think they’re like laundry….multiplying in the dark!

  75. I always plan on making a “pure” scrap quilt, meaning NO NEW FATS to make it. I’ve even actually started several, but have broken down and bought “just the right fat quarter”. Love the idea of a book with all my favorite designers-including YOU!

  76. I have boxes, little and big, full of Moda scraps which I have correlated by subject and/or color. Love Moda fabrics because of the quality, design, and variety. What a fun book!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  77. The wonderful thing about scrap quilt, they are timeless,add new fabrics to those old treasures and you have a memorable masterpiece.

  78. Scraps are such fun to work with. My eye was immediately drawn to Housewarming by Amy Ellis. Beautiful quilt.

  79. I would love to have this book, My granddaughter loves playing with my scraps, and she could help with laying out a quilt!

  80. If this book is as over the top as “All in a Row”, It would be “the bees knees” to win!
    Oh! the inspiration, motivation

  81. Scrappy quilts are so pretty. I love all the various fabrics in one quilt, it’s so fun.

  82. Holy Scrap! Quilty Girl!! I would love to win this! <3 all things Moda! Thanks for the opportunity!

  83. I have many scraps that need to find a purpose. This book would be perfect.

  84. Scrappy quilts are my all-time favorite and I have the scraps to prove it! Thanks for the chance to win.

  85. I have got to start using some of my Moda precuts and this book might be just the ticket. Thanks for the chance to win.

    1. At the end of my work day, i come home, log on and destress by catching up on all things quilt. There is no other quilt like a scrap quilt and just added this one to my “retirement” plan. Thanks so much

  86. I love scrap quilts and Scraps Made Simple looks like a winner! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

  87. Lovely book, and very fun scrappy quilts. Thanks for the motivation. And thanks for the chance!

  88. I need to make inroads in my scrap collection–which won’t get smaller in immediate future since i keep buying fabric and starting more projects!

  89. This book would inspire me to actually sew from my stash. That would be a welcome miracle,
    Thanks

  90. I’d love to win this book as I’m always looking for new ideas to use scraps. Thanks for the give-away!

  91. First is the love of the fabric that you just have to have. Knowing for sure that one day it will make the perfect quilt, table runner, wall hanging, bag etc. Then when the scraps are left you simply cannot get rid of the scraps (for the love of the fabric) so you hang on to them waiting again for the perfect??? The book is a wonderful addition to all quilters and their bundles of fabric joy

  92. Beautiful quilts! And who doesn’t love scraps. I find the more I try to use up, the more I have. How does that happen? Thanks for a chance to win the book.

  93. I was just blessed with 3 bags of a friends scraps. It is whole new world using someone else’s scraps. What fun. I would love some new ideas and your beautiful quilts look so interesting.

  94. Scrap quilts are the best…the more fabrics used, the better. Can’t wait to see the book in person!

  95. Love Love LOOOOOVE your Quilt! & this book looks Amazing!! My Daughter & I are all abour Scraps!! Would Love to win it! Thank you for the chance! 😀

  96. I sew with scraps to use my extensive stash which my husband would probably sell for a DOLLAR!!!! But, alas, they only seem to multiply!!

  97. Love.Moda Love. Win or not, this one will be in my library! Your quilt is amazing and I will need to copy it. How many quilts in this book, will I have to make?!

  98. I just love scrap quilts. A new book on scrappy quilts sounds wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  99. I love scraps and quilts made from them..Reminds me of grandma sewing quilts for her 14 children…Viv

  100. I love scrappy quilts and would be thrilled to receive a copy of this book! Thanks for the opportunity!

  101. Oh wow! I love all the quilts. And I love scraps. Looks like a great book. Thanks, Susan

  102. I love scrappy quilts. My absolute favorite! I would love to add this book to my quilting library.

  103. What a great book. Thanks for sharing a sneak peak, and for the chance at winning a copy.

  104. I am trying to improve my ability to make scrap quilts. These are beautiful,and look like they will be fun to make. Thank you for the chance to win such a book.

  105. Love your quilt. It is fabulous. Would love to win a copy of the book. Thanks for the opportunity to enter. Thanks for sharing.

  106. Carrie – I love your quilt – and the tip about making the quilt blocks in “batches” of color. Now I know why some scrap quilts look way better an others!

  107. Scrap happy? You bet! I just completed another scrap quilt and have barely made a dent in my scraps. More ideas for using them would be great

  108. I would love to win a copy of Scraps made Simple! First thing I would make would be Old School, that is a really cute quilt 🙂

  109. I absolutely love, love scrap quilts. Scraps made Simple sounds like an incredible book which will definitely be added to my library–it would be awesome to win it.

  110. Where was this scrappy trend when I was trading scraps for a Y2K quilt? It never got made, because I couldn’t get my mind around the scrappiness. I still have those scrappy squares saved aside from all the others , sooooo maybe someday. I would welcome the inspiration of this book. Candy

  111. I make scrap quilts because I love lots of pieces and lots of color. But I also like all the designers in this book, so I know they will have gorgeous quilts to admire and make. Wish I could replicate all of them. Thanks for the giveaway!

  112. Scrappy quilts are the best! Plus…it gives you a reason to buy those fabrics you just can’t live without!

  113. My favorite quilts to make, the colors and prints make me smile no matter what is going on…

  114. Ok my! What a great book! I would love to make some quilts inspired by this book. Scrappy quilts, YES!

  115. Looks like another great book. I love scrappy because it lets you use a little bit of all of your favorite fabrics!

  116. I love your quilt! You have given me an idea for a border on my current quilt I am working on. Thanks! What a wonderful line up of people who have contributed to the book! Scrappy is the best. Thanks for your wonderful posts. I so look forward to reading your thoughts. K-

  117. My scrap bins are just getting bigger and bigger – this book would definitely help me make some inroads into them.

  118. I never throw anything away, so my scrap collection is, ahem, shall we say, extensive. Very nicely sorted by color and size, etc. – but – I need help! I don’t know what to do with them!!! This book looks like the inspiration I’ve been waiting for. Thank you for the chance to win.

  119. Looks great!! Favorite designers, beautiful patterns, all the fabric you would love…. Pre-cuts and my own stash: this is a very helpful book for the coming years I think! Love ❤ from a Dutch customer, who appreciate all you do for us as quilters!!!

  120. I love scrappy quilts. I have so much scrap fabric that I just can’t use up – yet. What a great looking book.

  121. This is another must-have book. I am really looking forward to making a whole bunch of the quilts from this book.

  122. I LOVE scraps! I buy fabrics and can’t wait to add them to scrap bins when they’ve been cut up.

  123. Your quilt is inspiring, i love it! The book looks like fun. Would really like to see all ideas inside.

  124. Your quilt is awesome. Scrap quilts are where it all began. I love them and I make them. This book would be wonderful inspiration.

  125. I CRAVE scrappy. As my tastes in quilting evolve, I find myself doing fewer and fewer quilts from a limited number of fabrics, and more with a wide variety. They just appeal in a different way somehow.

  126. Oh, my! This is right up my alley….I LOVE making scrap quilts! And, seriously, I would love to make all the quilts in this book. Thanks for the chance to win this book…I promise to give it a good home and make really good use of it!

  127. ooooh..This looks like a wonderful book. I love, love using lots of different fabrics in my quilts.

  128. As always Moda and Martingale are the best ever! Would love to use my scraps for one of
    these lovely quilts. This book goes to the top of my wish list……

  129. Looks like a great book for those of us who have zillions of scraps! Thanks for the chance.

  130. Sure could use some help in trapping all those scraps lurking around in my sewing room into a beautiful quilt.

  131. Scrappy quilts are my favorites and because I can’t throw anything away, my scraps continue to grow into full containers. I use my scraps but they keep multiplying. How can you throw away anything from the beautiful fabric lines companies are producing. Would love to have this book. Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

  132. This is awesome! All the Moda designers are wonderful and so talented. This book will be constantly opened and drooled on with so many patterns.

  133. What a beautiful book with lots of ideas and yes, we do need it! These scrappy happy quilts look wonderful and thanks for the chance to win a lovely book! No excuses for my fabrics that need to be sewn.

  134. Love love,love all the quilts. Really make lots of scrappy quilts but my scraps multiply anyway!

  135. I saw this book at my local store and it was awesome!! Scraps quilts are my favourite

  136. Scrappy quilts are the best! And I have soooo many scraps that need to make room for more! Would love to win this book – thanks for the giveaway!

  137. What a nice give away! The book look so good and just what I like in quilts! Scrappy, vivacious, and candy to look at!

  138. Love Lissa’s scrap quilts. I’ve known her for a long time. She was an inspiration to me in the early years!

  139. 3384 HST? I would love to try this quilt but I’m thinking it migh take me awhile 🙂

  140. OMG! When I first started quilting, scrappy looked like it was out of my reach. Well after I took my first class ever (after 5 years), it was fannels, darks and scrappy! I was sold. I love, love, love them. With the precuts it makes is even easier!!! You are the greatest. I love your blog as well!

  141. Great book!! Been playing in my 20+ year build up of scraps full-time since July 2010! Once you go scrappy you never go back. Allison in Plano, TX

  142. I am just beginning to collect quilting books and this one looks fabulous! I would love to add it to my collection. Thanks!

  143. Scraps help my favorite fabrics fulfill their destiny. Scraps make my quilting life complete. What a great set of quilts from little bits of joy.

  144. yay! Scrappy is the best and this book looks like fun!! Thanks for giving a few away….I have some of my scraps sorted and will get right on sorting the rest!? Or at least some more:)

  145. Love, love, love scrappy quilts! The more fabrics in a quilt, the better!! Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy of this book….

  146. I think scrappy quilts are the best and the most fun to make. Thanks for a chance to win the book; it looks wonderful.

  147. I don’t feel I have enough scraps yet, but am working on it. Scrap quilts are always interesting to look at. I try to figure out where a fabric came from, was it someones dress, shirt, shorts or something else. Great list of designers. Why do scrap quilts have some many pieces?

  148. How AWESOME ! I have a bunch of scraps and would love to have some great ideas on how to use them up!

  149. That book is going to be a must have for soooo many reasons! Can’t wait to see it!

  150. Some of these patterns are already on my “to do” list. Must have this book! Sure have the scraps to go with it!!

  151. I love making scrap quilts because they help me discover color combinations I wouldn’t notice otherwise.

  152. Not sure which quilt to make first, love them all. Looks like a great book to own.

  153. I love scrappy quilts! Especially Kansas Troubles scraps! All the lines go so well together!

  154. Since I tend to overbuy my fabrics for quilts, I end up with many more scraps than I thought possible! I would love to make the quilts in this book just to try to use them up!

  155. Wowsers, looks like lots of people want this book, as do I! It looks like so fun and who doesn’t want to use up all those little pieces?

  156. Hay there,

    I love contests and give aways. I never win but its so fun to play and see who does win. I would love to be the recipient of your itty bitty pieces. I have loved itty bittys since I was an itty bitty!!!

    Hugs and prayers,
    Daizy

  157. Scrappy quilts are my favorite & this looks like a great book of scrappy quilt patterns!! Thank you, & I’ll keep my fingers crossed, hoping to win!!

  158. I would love to win this I have way too many scraps that need taming, and this looks like the ticket to make that happen! Pick me! Please

  159. Wow, I’d love the chance to have this scrappy quilt book to make scrappy quilts! I sure can use some help! Help!! Please!!

  160. Oh my! All of my favorite designers! I see right from the start that I’ll need to start with the third and fifth (from the top) quilts from the cover of the book! Then, “if” I still have scraps remaining… I’ll start from the beginning of the book and move on through to the very last page! Yes, please!!! Enter me in the drawing for a chance to win a copy of “Scraps Made Simple”!!!

  161. I live a few miles from the moda/united notions offices, it would be the dream job. Not sure I could ever stop drooling on the products. I love the new book and especially your quilt. Thanks for the opportunity!

  162. I love scrappy quilt! Would love to look and fine a new pattern to use up some of my scraps! Thanks for the chance to win.

  163. I love to make a new piece of material by sewing my scraps together, then having a “new piece” of fabric.

  164. I have never met a scrap I didn’t love or keep lol! Carrie, I would love love love to have a copy of this book. Please help save me from my husband’s frowning when I come home from guild with ANOTHER bag of scraps lol

  165. Scraps, Scraps, Scarps. I’m hosting a quilting retreat in Oregon and am catching up on your blog. Love the scraps. Can’t wait to make another scrap quilt. Love your designs also.

  166. LOVE that “Old School” quilt-scrap quilts are definitely my favorite! Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of this book!

  167. Your quilt looks like a great project for all my precuts. This looks like a great book to start that and hope I can win. Love your blog!

  168. Love the scrap basket quilt! I’m fairly new so I’m still growing my scraps but having a plan from the book seems like a good way to keep them under control

  169. Love love everything Moda! My sewing room is overflowing with scraps!…….and what do I do?…….
    Buy more fabric! …..would love to win and thank you for the giveaway

  170. Ok, what quilter doesn’t love scraps or a good scrap quilt? Even better what quilter wouldn’t love winning a book of scrap quilt designs?!? If that quilter wins the book, send me hers!!

  171. absolutely scrap quilts are the best. I have this in my shopping basket at Connecting Threads. If I push the button I would win because that’s how things go. So I won’t push the button until I know I have lost…… thanks for offering the book as a give-away

  172. Scrap quilts look amazing. All of our favorite deisgners in one book! Looks great.

  173. Do I ever have scraps! I can’t bear to part with them! All those scraps tell my story of making quilts for so many people. Old School is fabulous!

  174. The longer I quilt, the more I like scrappy quilts. After years of practice, I no longer feel the need to be matchy-matchy!

  175. People who’ve been quilting a while have scraps, beautiful scraps! It’s gratifying to use them to make beautiful quilts.

  176. Scrap quilts are my favorite and I have enough fabric to make more than one for sure!

  177. I love scrappy quilts. I have never made one though; I am afraid that my scraps won’t really “match” each other.

  178. I love a scrappy quilt! They are so fun. I have a whole bunch of scraps that I need to use up. I would love this book.

  179. One can’t go wrong with a scrap quilt. I would love to add the new Martingale book to my collection. Please enter me in your drawing.

  180. I have many scraps and charm acts that need taming! I would love tipi win a copy of this! Thanks for the chance!

  181. I have been saving my scraps in orderly boxes hoping to eventually make a quilt entirely from them. This book might just make it possible. I’d love to own it.

  182. Hi, my name is Melissa and I’m a scrap-aholic. I need help! Please send me this book…..

  183. I love scrap quilts. They remind me of the ones my great grandmother made with fabrics from old clothes and feed sacks. I’d love to add this book to my quilting library.

  184. Woodlands Area Quilt Guild is having an auction in October, it would be wonderful to have a copy of your scrap book for the event! I would throw in some of the thousands of pieces of scraps in a basket and toss in your book, perfect item for our silent auction!!!! Total Scrap Happiness!

  185. Scrap quilts are just so charming! I’ve been looking for some new patterns – it would be sew fun to win a book. Thanks for the opportunity!

  186. I love scrappy quilts, but they are not in my comfort zone. I would love to get a copy of Scrap Happy, Happy Scraps so I could use up this great mound of scraps I have and cannot figure out what to do…

  187. I always get so inspired looking at scrap quilts made by others. Most of the time I think to myself, “now why didn’t I think of that?” My hubby says he can always tell when a scrap quilt is in the works because he says my sewing room looks like a bomb went off in there!

  188. I first started quilting 3-4 years ago and now I am making them for my friends and family. I love the idea of using my scraps for even more quilts and even more, I love the design range of Moda. I can always find one that suits the taste of my friends. I would love this book to help me on my quilting journey.

  189. I see one that would be perfect for a beginner like me–all squares and rectangles. I just need a jelly roll and I could start using my stash of mini charms.

  190. SCRAPPY…..that’s me! love all the colors of scraps quilts….Would love to win this book

  191. We are full time RVers. It’s a challenge to quilt in a limited space and I am under standing orders to reduce the remnant pile. Edit I an constantly looking for scrap patterns. This book would be a Godsend. Thanks for the chance to win!

  192. Even though I have just begun (3 yrs) I still have, mysteriously, acquired a stash of seemingly unrelated items. This book would be just right for an increase in fabric used, stashed lessened, and no pain to the wallet. Hope I win!!

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