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That is amazing! When you see them all together like this it makes you realize just how much fabric we waste when we toss those trimmings. I have a pile of these triangles trimmed from corners on my sewing table. I use them as leaders and enders often. There are lots of them ready to press, lots ready to square up, and lots more ready to sew.
Wow! That's got to be enough for a whole other quilt. (? maybe ?) Such nice colors, too!
Just a scrap but put with another it becomes a square.
I love no waste or little waste too! They are already beautiful!
I have a plastic shoe box filled with half square triangle left overs. I am hoping to put them together in a quilt this summer. Right now I am one tired teacher!
Soon you will have enough for a quilt! :)
They looks so tidy in their little storage box! Enjoy the selection process. Picking colors is almost as fun as the actual construction.
It will be interesting to see what you do with them. At my house, they would be shifted from closet to closet, I'm afraid. :-((
You're going to busy, I think! But I bet you'll have them turned into a quilt in nothing flat.
How nice to have those all ready to sew into a quilt. How organized you are. Fun project coming up for you I bet! Nancy
A "two for one" project. What a deal!
You pay the same price for the scraps as you do for the fabric that is used to make the primary quilt. I don't tend to pick patterns that would use a big square that is sewn and flipped. If the scrap fabric makes less than a 1.5" triangle I toss. But, honestly, I have several bags and boxes of small triangles hanging around...
I've been going through my scraps and organizing them to eventually use them up. I love how you seem to have a plan for yours :)
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