Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Scrap Jar Stars

For Real? Are we into Week #3 of the Sew Scraps Along already? Goodness this month is going by fast!

I'm excited to share this weeks featured Tutorial....

If you don't know or haven't visited Amber of Little Bit Biased.... You should totally hop over after this post and not only take a look at her tutorial, but surf around her blog... She is one talented gal and has some simply awesome projects to share.

Today Amber gave into my pleading and begging and is sharing a NEW tutorial with you! Are these not the cutest Scrappy stars!?! I am LOVING these colors!

Tutorial from Amber of Little Bit BIased

As soon as I saw Amber post her first set of Scrap Jar Stars.. I emailed her and begged (not even kidding) her to share them for the Sew Scraps Along.

Tutorial from Amber of Little Bit BIased

And looky what I made yesterday!
Scrap Jar Stars

I've started gathering, collecting and making things for one of my dreams... [a vintage camp trailer] I chose these colors for this quilt so it can go in my "home away from home" someday..

I even got a bunch of my scraps pressed, cut and ready to go. Because I can't wait to work
on these blocks some more!
My Scrap Jar Star

You can find the tutorial for Amber's Scrap Jar Stars

And while you're there, tell her Hi for me. :) Oh and pssst... A little birdie told me that Amber's having a Give Away too!
My Scrap Jar Star
Happy Scrappy Sewing !!! And Thank You Ms. Amber for sharing your tutorial!

21 comments:

Lee D said...

oh those are delightful and one for the list ever long of must do's

Amber said...

Jodi, I love your colors/scraps! The star looks so cute! It will beautiful in your home away from home (someday :)

Amber

Jeanette said...

The stars are really cute, great way to use up favorite scraps. Thanks for the idea!

Tracy said...

I'm just loving all the scrap ideas! My idea list is growing. I don't know where you find the time to do all you do! I'm amazed!

Kim said...

These scrappy stars look awesome! I love all of them shown...I will definitely need to make some of these. But I really need more scraps! LOL I will have to see what I can do. I really love stopping in each day for a little more inspiration! Thanks.

notes of sincerity said...

I.LOVE.THIS.TUTORIAL.
Truly. I can not wait to create it.
Your star looks fabulous. :0)

Cindy said...

Love these scrap jar stars. Im going to remember this star for a QOV quilt. Thanks for letting us know about Amber!

melliebean26 said...

I love this! These scrap ideas are awesome but the scrap jar stars have to be my favorite thus far!! Thanks for these awesome posts!

Cottage Tails said...

I have a big dream of having a house truck - I've been thinking of collecting things for it - your post has made me wanna start!
Love Leanne

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I love these stars and I love scrappy.

Ann T. said...

So, with all these cute ideas, which one am I going to do? I have built up a good supply of scraps over the past year, and that scrappy baby quilt I made last year is in my bedroom, covering that sweet baby right now.

Carrie P. said...

Great star blocks. I love stars.

iluvmybugs said...

Love the stars! Thanks for the link to the tutorial!

West Michigan Quilter said...

I look forward all week to a tutorial from you. Great Scrap Along.

MrsF said...

This scrappy series is inspiring me back to my sewing machine - love the stars! Have to finish a few UFOs first, which should provide some nice scraps to round out my collection.

Ineke van den Akker said...

Fantastic! Love it!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

I'm in SERIOUS love.

Becky said...

Love it! I'm making a scrappy surprise. bwahahahaha

Rosa said...

Those are awesome.I loce star and this is a great way to use scraps and beautiful stars!

Talin's Corner said...

Love those blocks.

Leanne said...

Hello from Australia
I just wanted to say how much I enjoy your blog and to tell you that I have started to make a quilt from the tutorial of Ambers. I would love it if you got time to pop over to my blog and have a look at my progress so far.

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