You'll remember my Scrap Basket Sunday basket, right? Well, when I finished the Merry, Merry Snowmen quilt top and then the Schnibbles Canasta quilt top, I added more leftover scraps to the basket, so now it's overflowing once again.
Then, in gathering oranges and blacks for the Twister Jack project, I pulled open my large scrap drawer . . . and found it too was stuffed pretty full.
And just to GET TO the scrap drawer, I had to move the bag of fabric that was leftover from the Bunny Hill Autumn House quilt project. And I figured it was about time I redistributed those fabrics amongst my other stash fabrics, and of course there were more scraps mixed in with the larger pieces.
So all in all, I ended up messing around with scraps for a couple hours, and I thought with all these scraps that don't seem to lessen despite the scrappy projects I make, maybe it's time to stuff a Priority Mail box full of scraps and send if off somewhere.
Ah, but where should I send it? Not everyone likes scraps, of course.
So what I thought I'd do is for anyone who signs up on Mister Linky (yesterday's post) to show a scrappy project they're working on this week or signs up next week AND leaves me a comment saying they'd like to be entered to receive MORE SCRAPS, I'll enter them in a drawing. I've stuffed the box with a mix of stuff, including some Christmas and Halloween fabrics, and there are several large chunks of fabric in there--probably not quite fat quarter size but close--or maybe more than a fat quarter, but cut longer and narrower. I'm really not sure. All I know for sure is that there's a pretty good selection in the box.
I DO have to limit the giveaway to those of you in the U.S., however, since it's a U.S. Mail Priority Box--and sending something this heavy outside the U.S. would cost a lot. Sorry.
What if you link up and post a scrappy project both weeks? Then you can enter twice and have a better chance. So remember to link up AND leave me a comment asking to be entered. I'll announce next weekend when I'll close the entries and draw a winner. In the meantime, happy scrapping and I'll look forward to seeing what you make!