My mind was running as fast as can be as I make those spooky stacks!
'Background, what can I use for a background?', I kept asking myself. Suddenly it hit me, when I was in Texas the last time I picked up 5 yards of this print to use for another project, but then found something I liked even better and bought it, too. I knew sooner or later I'd find a use for this, but I didn't think it would be this soon.
Want to see what I made? Gee, I hope you said yes!
Here it is, my spooky cute Halloween Scrap Jar block! I really love it!
In fact, I've decided to make a whole Spooky Scrap Jar quilt!
And I think I only need just one block....
|Giant 44 x 44 inch Scrap Jar block next to the normal 12 x 12 inch block.|
My Spooky Scrap Jar Block is about 44 inches square, more than 3 times the size of the version I am making with Vintage Modern.
My plan is to add several borders to this giant block until it is grows to around 65-70 inches square. I might even get this done for Halloween 2012! Wish me luck!
No worries about my Vintage Modern Scrap Jar quilt, I'm not going to let it become a UFO! My backing fabric for that arrived over the weekend, and you'll be seeing a progress report on it very soon! Karin and I are both busy stitching!
PS. If you want to make Scrap Jar Blocks of your own, visit Amber's blog A Little Bit Biased.
Click HERE to go to free tutorial.