Back in May, I started to make a quilt using my flannel scraps. I started out with a bin full of scraps.
I have been working on this quilt off and on as I work on other projects. The bin of flannel has been living beside my sewing chair for a few months now. Today, I gathered up all of the odd sized blocks I have been making and laid them out on the floor to sew together...
There are three columns of blocks in this quilt and it is a nice sized baby quilt/lap quilt. There were times I thought I would never get to the bottom of the bin! Many of the scraps came from a flannel mystery quilt I made several years ago and others were leftovers from flannel backs for other quilts and pj's I have made for my nieces and daughter. The flying geese were extras from the mystery quilt.
I have a bin of larger flannel pieces and will likely piece the back of this quilt rather than buying more fabric. I also have a couple of blocks leftover which I will also piece into the back.
Our guild is having a quilt show in the fall. I need to get some of these quilts finished so that I can put them in the show!