I wonder if you guys have seen this book yet.
It came out a few months ago and - as with any good quilt book I buy - I've been studying it ... a LOT.
It's more than just a pretty book with great modern quilt designs (which isn't why I bought it, 'cause I'm not much of a "modern" quilter, per se.)
I'd consider it a mandatory textbook for all quilters on how to manage fabric scraps (which is EXACTLY why I bought it!) And when I say manage, I mean everything from acquiring to classifying to storing to using. It's the A-Z encyclopedia for fabric scrapology. I kid you not.
See, I have a serious problem with my scraps. Don't know what to do with them ... can't bear to part with them. And if you're a quilter like me who hasn't yet figured out how to cope with scraps, then you know what I'm talking about.
I've already started using some of the things I learned from Amanda Jean & Cheryl (the brilliant authors of the book) and let me tell you ... I've finally found a cure for what has been my nightmare of a fabric scrap bin these past 25 years.
Stay tuned. ;)