I just learned that March is “International Spring Cleaning Month” – what are you doing to celebrate? One of my friends who quilts all the time and rarely cooks told me she was planning to dust her kitchen! Me? I’m cleaning out my stash….I do this about every three or four years, going through all the fabrics, touching them, petting them, daydreaming about the wonderful quilts I could make if I had more time. Some of my fabric pieces are fairly small and could probably qualify as scraps, but I just can’t bear to toss them.
So it might be time to get a new Craftsy class about using up these scraps – there’s one from Pepper Cory called “Scrap Quilting: waste not, want not” – that sounds just perfect! Pepper has written many many books over the years; I’ve always enjoyed her teaching style and her sense of humor, so here’s an opportunity to get her off the pages of the book and onto my iPad screen.
The first time I met Pepper was one of the most embarrassing things I’ve ever done/said! We were both teaching at an AQS show in Knoxville TN several years ago when we were seated near each other at breakfast in the hotel. After some conversation among the group, she introduced herself to me – “I don’t think we’ve met – I’m Pepper Cory!” My brain immediately flashed to the large stack of quilting books next to my reading chair and I said, “Oh! I have your picture in my living room!” Pepper gave me a rather odd look and so I explained about the stack of books…..it was awkward and embarrassing and so totally me!
So if you'd like to check out her class "Scrap Quilting: waste not, want not" click HERE. You'll LOVE it! (And it's on a super sale right now!!)