I was out thrifting with Hubby yesterday, and picked up a bag full of notions. Unexpectedly, there was a sandwich baggie of fabric, which turned out to be good quality quilting cotton - one was a Kaufman. I cut everything up into 2.5", 3", and 5" scraps.
I wanted to share this tip for hanging small quilts. I'm sending this Hallowe'en wall hanging to Sailor Boy and future DIL to hang on their apartment door. A wooden ruler and 3M Command hooks means no nail holes.
I'm also working away at a small project using scraps - a miniature coin quilt of CW repros. I had to tear it apart because the coin strips were all different lengths. So - for the first time ever - I've had to block to get them all to equal out--liberally spritzing with water and pinning against a ruler inch by inch. Slow, but I expect the outcome to be worth it.