This little sewing-inspired page is up on the Sassafras blog today.
Quilts are what I had in mind when I started this scrapbook page - I've been finishing up my vintage linen quilt and was feeling really inspired by the mismatched but magically in-harmony squares of it - and I always crave a little sewing on my pages (okay, I haven't made a page without it in a while), so I wanted to try my own paper version of patchwork on a page about my garden.
The photos are from before said garden was fried by the too-hot sun that shines in our window all day. lol. I tried to revive most of it, but it looks pretty doomed...
It may look like it took a long time to sew this together, but it was actually super-quick to make using the 'Starters' and 'Sunshine Broadcast' scraps I had on my desk. :) And I'm obsessed with leaving loose threads, as of late!
Hop on over to read the post for a few tips, if you're so inclined.
Happy quilt-inspired page-making!