Getting ready for the next adventure…

WOW…this girl has a lot going on…just finished putting up a booth for the Tampa Quilt Show in Lakeland, FL.  Nick needs to start driving on Sat.   It is Spring Shop Hop- the next couple of days…so I’ve been getting ready for that…see the Shop Blog for my little quilt…but I did this Scrap Basket block a few days ago and have been too busy to get it on for you…sorry it takes me awhile between blocks…if you are new to my blog…you can find all 6 of the past blocks in my previous posts… Click here  to get the directions for the next block….SCRAP BASKET BLOCK #7       Will post more later tonight…LB

14 Responses to “Getting ready for the next adventure…”

  1. March 2, 2011 at 4:37 pm

    Nice blocks! I found all except the 1st one and you mention to look in the Winter Newsletter, but I could not find the pattern. Is it available? Thank you! I love your quilts!

  2. 2 Rita Nichols
    March 2, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    Love these scrap basket blocks. I couldn’t find #4 on the blog site or the actual patterns for 1 and 2. Am I just missing them?

  3. 4 Debbie
    March 2, 2011 at 9:39 pm

    Hi Lisa,
    Will you be teaching @ the Tampa show, or vending only? Hope to see you there!
    Met you @ Prims of the Midwest! :)

  4. 6 Linda
    March 3, 2011 at 8:45 am

    LOve the blocks, but where do I discover #1. I have looked and looked.


  5. March 3, 2011 at 11:09 am


    I was wondering where we would find the newsletter with the first Scrap Basket Block pattern? I have all the rest but can’t seem to track down number one! Is there a pic of it on your blog. I could probably figure out the pattern if there is a picture.

    Thanks so much,


  6. 8 Carolyn Vogel
    March 4, 2011 at 7:02 am

    Since I wasn’t yet a Lisa groupie when you started these blocks, can you give a little history. Just for fun or some particular end product in mind?

  7. 9 Pati Beck
    March 8, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    If anybody finds the dates that Lisa gave out the other patterns please let me know…I too have been trying to find them…love her work…but guess I wasn’t on the site soon enough to get in on the first blocks…I have #7 and will keep looking for the others…but if we help each other find the others…we can all following Lisa example and make these blocks.

    • March 8, 2011 at 2:43 pm

      I just kept going back through earlier posts and found all the blocks but # 1. I did track down the first block in one of her older newsletters. They are all there, you just have to dig a little bit :)

  8. 11 Dodi
    September 22, 2012 at 9:09 am

    Hi Lisa,

    Enjoyed your booth in Madison — I visited first thing in the day since it was so busy most of the time. I visited the first day and then pondered a bit and had to visit you again — it is such an inspiring booth.

    My question is the location of Scrap Basket Block #2– I found a photo of it, but not the pattern instructions. I love the scrappy feel on these blocks but will most likely try to downsize them for a small quilt (doll size).

    I look forward to visiting your booth each year at Quilt Expo, looking forward to next year. Now I need to finish all the project I found there this year!


  9. 12 Dodi
    September 22, 2012 at 9:12 am

    For those looking for Block #1, I found it on 04MAR11. Search for it in the ‘search’ feature of the blog as well. I just haven’t found block #2 instructions. –Dodi

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