Oh Scrap- Fat Quarter Shop + Giveaway




Hop Hop Hop

The Oh Scrap blog hop is over.

But today is a bonus hop.

Sew Sampler monthly subscription box featured an exclusive small bonus project promoting Oh Scrap in their February box. The project was made using April Rosenthal’s fabric collection, Mama’s Cottage.

Hopefully, you have learned all about Oh Scrap but there are a few details and items I wanted to share with you.

One of the items in the sew sampler box is Antler Quilt Designs, a new ruler. This ruler will come in quite handy if working on several of the projects in Oh Scrap or your everyday projects.

One of the coolest things about quilting now is all the tools that are available. When I first started quilting, I wanted one ruler that would do everything and that is what I had for years. As I have grown my skills, the tools I have used have been a big part of the quality of my work. Have the right tool for the job is a great treat. Maybe someone will put a few quilty treats in your Easter basket.

There are a few more people I want you to meet that helped me along my Oh Scrap journey. There will be another fun event in April that will include some of these people, so stay tuned for that.


Since my legs are in shape from the hop {insert sarcasm here}  and this weekend is Easter I am hopping over to American Patchwork and Quilting’s Instagram for a takeover.  Follow them to not miss out on the fun.

Please leave a comment sharing your favorite color and your middle name {random winner}
to win the table runner featured in Sew Sampler’s box. Winner will be announced here on Friday morning.



  1. Shannon Caywood says:

    I like ❤️Most colors, but lean toward rich fall colors. My parents didn’t give me a middle name, so I use my maiden name, Winegar.

  2. Suzanne Ryan says:

    My favorite color is green and my middle name is Renee. How can I get an autographed copy of Oh Scrap? Still regretting I didn’t get it at QuiltCon.

  3. Deb Fernau says:

    Lissa, so fun to run across this post on FB. You helped me with several projects back in the day, all the way back to Carrollton, The Old Craft Store. Still quilting when I can. I’ll have to look for your book(s). In Nashville now. Congratulations on your publication.

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