Here is my Scrapitude top
Have I actually finished the quilt, you ask? Well, um, no.
But let's not think about that! Charlotte, the designer of the Scrapitude quilt is running another mystery - Scrap in a Box. When she did Scrapitude, she didn't have her own blog, so the clues all ran on Sandy's Quilting for the Rest of Us blog. But this year, Charlotte has her own blog, Scrapitude Quilts, and she is running a new mystery, called Scrap in a Box. It starts here.
What I liked about Scrapitude, and what will continue with this new mystery, is the slower pace. I've thought about joining other online mystery quilts, but before I've even made up my mind, they're already on Step 3!! I'm a slow quilter! (All of my blog followers are nodding vigorously at this point.)
Charlotte posted her cutting directions in October, and gave us till now to pick fabric and cut. Then, her clues will run once a month. I can keep up with that.
When I did Scrapitude, I went totally scrappy. I had never done a scrap quilt before, and was a little nervous, especially in a mystery, with trying to control the colours. And I really liked how it turned out.
But this time, I'm going to restrict the colours a little. I have this fabric, which I like:
I'm going to use those colours - red, pink, orange and yellow. The background will be white. Here are the fabrics I chose.
I've got all my cutting done. The instructions for the first step went up this week, so I'll be working on it this weekend.
But, on Sunday night, I do have some other plans: