After five weeks of playing with yellow scraps, I'm ready to play with another color. Earlier this week I used a coupon to buy a new tool, a 60 degrees Pyramids ruler. Several people on the internet are making quilts with 60 degree units and I though I might make one. I cut four 6.5" 60 degree pyramids from scrap typing paper and sewed skinny strips and crumbs onto the paper. Then I trimmed them to the size of the paper. This is a project I'll carry over into next year. I can also imagine a row of scrappy, colorful pyramids sewed into the backing of a quilt.
Three knitted dishcloths made it into the picture. I was able to knit two pink ones and still have a little yarn left from a ball of Peaches & Creme Bright Pink cotton yarn I bought at Walmart for $1.87. The dishcloth in the top row is from a ball of Sugar'n Cream Batik cotton yarn.
To see what others made with their yellow scraps this week, go here Saturday morning.