Sometimes in my quilting I get going and then before I know it, I'm more concerned with finishing a quilt than enjoying the process. The last few days, I've gone through some scraps and stash and have made some blocks towards the http://heartstringsquiltproject.com/2011/08/25/are-you-ready/
Now that these are made, I can sort other scraps and will sew them into a top at a later date. These used up a fair amount of strings and in the process and sorted and bagged what I wanted to save for the crumbs in two different categories. I have quite a stack of crumb blocks, but that is always an ongoing project.
Yesterday I looked at my drawer--which is purposely small so that I don't get too backlogged--of HST's cut from the bindings I do. I use these HST's that aren't true sizes to make WONKY stars. This process of its nature just slows me down. I don't concentrate on a project, I just sew, cut, measure and then put the finished star on my wall. So far I have these from an older workday or two:
And these from yesterday. I was able to go to that quilt store and get a couple more bags of scraps to add some different backgrounds. It's a lot cheaper than buying fat quarters and adds some variety to my stars.
Who knows where these will end and how I'll use them in a quilt. I'm thinking right now that either crumb blocks in-between or string blocks would make some cute donation quilts. We'll see. Right now, I'm just enjoying the process of assembly!