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South Carolina An active quilter for 13 years, mid arm quilter for 5 years. If I am not sewing I must be sick.

Saturday, April 2, 2016

MAM Blocks

Lately I have been trying to tame a big bag of scraps.  It's 80% reduced now and I have put it away as I am ready for something different.  

On the way to be ironed.

The last batch.

Inspector Maestro checking it out!

A little kiss for Mama.  See my paw?

And finally a picture without the inspector.

The are 82 blocks here.  

The master bathroom is being remodeled and all the the stuff that was stored there has been dragged out.  I'm in the process of going through the multitude of bags of blocks.  Does anyone else have this issue?

Anyway I found 75 more MAM blocks so I have enough for at least two quilts.  Lots of labels were made and one batik quilt in progress was taken out for finishing with the possibility of another small one being made from the additional blocks.

Time to get up and start something...

Frog Quilter


  1. good for you getting the scraps under control. I started cutting some of mine back in January when I got an accuquilt dye cutter but I soon grew tired of it - I really need to get back to cutting more into usable pieces and do something with strips too - I just have too many projects going on right now!

  2. Wow--80% reduced is a major achievement!!
    Good for you. : )


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