For someone with limited computer skills, I seem to be spending a lot of time sitting in front of my computer screen.
Luckily, with the camera aimed right, I can spend most of that time measuring, marking, cutting, and sewing some of these scrap fabrics.
Of all the scrap fabric I have been "gifted", it seems florals are the most profuse.
I was recently reminded of a table runner I made years ago for a speaker at one of our yearly Women's' Conferences. I dug into my tin of leftover blocks, and thought there might be enough light and dark to add to the tin, and I have been wishing to make a small table runner for a neighbor friend.
Why not some flowers for the coming spring?
I have hardly scratched the surface of those gifted scraps. Many require ironing and trimming which is slowly getting done, but the strings and odd shapes have been put to use, and I think there might be enough for more than one runner. Maybe my entryway would enjoy some flowers too.
I am thinking of trying to root a section of this plant, which I have learned is from Australia.
From what I have seen, it seems to thrive on neglect, as that neighbor has allowed the garden to go wild. I have only once seen the mother-in-law untangling the vines from other plants and directing them to the fence.