Scrap Happy November

Not too much to show.  Using scraps I have bordered my little cross stitch.  The borders are 1/2 inch wide.  Then with left over ends 1 inch wide I created some binding.  Machined one side, then hsnd stitch under side.  Crazy or what!   Ok corners were tiny tiny demons.  Think I will add some embroidery to embellish.  Its going to be a needle book – eventually 😁  By the way what you seevis 2.5 inches square.  Yep, scraps do have a life.  Im still to add pages & join together.  Embroidery 1st, so you’ll have to wait a little.


Please visit the other talented ladies in this scrap SAL.   Here are the links for everyone who joins ScrapHappy from time to time (they may not post every time, but their blogs are still worth looking at):

Usually has a post 

Kate at

Gun at (in Swedish and English)

Titti at (in Swedish only)

Heléne at (in Swedish only)

Sometimes has a scrappy post:

Eva at (in Swedish only)

Sue at (in English only)

Nanette at (in English only)

Lynn at (in English only)

Norma at (in English only)

Lynda at: (in English only)

Birthe: (in Norwegian only)

Turid: (in English and Norwegian)

Cathy: (in English only)

Debbierose: (in English only)

Tracy: (in English only)

Jill: (in English only)

Claire: (in English only)

Susan : (in English only)

See you again, same time next month!

Happy Stitching ❤ Debbierose xx

8 thoughts on “Scrap Happy November

  1. Tiny is always harder in my experience. This will be a charming needle case someday. And well done for combining your stitchery with scraps!

  2. Hello, would you mind adding me to the list of Usually has a Post, please? I think you probably copied the list off my post, and of course, my name’s not there 🙂

    Love your teeny weeny scrappy project, I’m glad you told us how small it is or I’d have assumed it was pot holder size. What patience you have!

      1. Anything you can still stitch and join to something else is usable, if you have patience, and I’m including your teeny weeny binding! I don’t keep anything smaller than 2 x 1 inches, no matter how beautiful, because by the time it’s sewn into something, there’s scarcely anything left to see 🙂

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