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Scrap Dance Waltz is Published!


I am delighted to tell you that Scrap Dance Waltz is now available on Craftsy at the low introductory price of just $5! For the month of February, you can get the download with all the information all together, and an expanded information section on borders.

Scrap Dance Waltz at From My Carolina Home

Click HERE for the Craftsy pattern page.

Scrap Dance Waltz at From My Carolina Home

Pattern sales help fund the costs of the blog, so I am always grateful for your purchases. I hope that those who have made one will upload their pictures to the Craftsy pattern page so other readers can see your beautiful versions too.

Scrap Dance Waltz at From My Carolina Home

At the end of February, the price will go to its regular price of $8, so now is the time to get it!   The pattern is a small file size, and only four pages. The cutting and block assembly is fully contained on just two pages, so not much to print.  The other pages have border information not discussed on the blog and overall fabric suggestions. Options for scrappy, single color with background, and two-color options are included.   Let’s take one more look at some other versions to inspire you.

I really like Tanya’s version, the grey makes the circular design come alive.

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And Susan did lovely blues.

Scrap Dance Waltz top finished, piecing the back now.

Cheryl says hers is getting close, cannot wait to see her finished two-color option quilt.

Waltz Tango 1

Elaine has a really great border, the red contrasts nicely with her blue background.

Scrap Dance Waltz #2 Made one more B block to get the 2 children's quilts. Waiting on my long arm to come home from the spa to quilt them.

If you haven’t posted your quilt on Flickr, please do so soon. I’d like to do at least one more update to the Waltz pattern at the end of February to close out the introductory special on the pattern. Click on Scrap Dance Waltz to get to the Craftsy pattern store! Haven’t bought from Craftsy before? It’s easy, the account is free, and payment is made through paypal – you can check out with your paypal account or as a guest with a credit card. Easy!

One more note, it seems that my post on Another Lesson on Measuring Borders has “gone viral”, at least for me, LOL!!  The post views are on fire, and I am truly grateful for the new readers.  If you are a new follower, welcome! I hope you enjoy the variety of subjects on my blog.  It is heavy on quilting and sewing, with a lot of other things thrown in for fun.  Please see the pages at the top of the blog on quilting and sewing, basics and free projects, crafting and stamping, and great recipes too.

The next Scrap Dance mystery called Two-Step is starting, click HERE to see the announcement, and HERE to get the first post giving the first two steps.

Are you Waltzing? Or working on Two Step? Or another quilt project?



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Oh Scrap



Author: Carole @ From My Carolina Home


12 thoughts on “Scrap Dance Waltz is Published!

  1. Scrap Dance Waltz is so pretty, think I like the blue one best . Although if I were to ever make one I’d have to do it in shades of pink or purple, those are my favorite colors.

    I seem to be in a log cabin mode right now, found a pattern for a snowman table runner and one is a butterfly which I want to make into a pillow. I have had a coverlet for

    Quite some time that I haven’t gotten to so these are my projects for this year along with some regular sewing I need to do for myself like hemming some slacks up and catching

    Up some thread pulls in other pieces of clothing so I’ll keep myself busy for a while. My goal for today is to get some packages ready to mail on Mon. to some friends.

    Have a terrific day,


  2. The pattern is wonderful and it makes each of the quilts turn out beautifully.

  3. Congratulations.It`s great!

  4. This is a lovely design. Tanya’s version with the grey is gorgeous!

  5. I have 3 Scrap Dance Waltz blocks done, but then decided I would use it as one of my Rainbow Scrap Challenge projects. Since two of my first blocks were purple and that was the January RSC color, I don’t really have anything to share.

  6. This is a fun one in the series, Carole! I may have to add it to my to-do list. I am still working my way through Scrap Dance Tango. I’m determined to have it completely done by early June.

  7. Congratulations for getting your pattern up on Craftsy! Such a steal of a deal!

  8. What a beautiful finish! Yours and more! 🙂 So nice to see that it was published on Craftsy as well! 🙂 Now I am off to see and savor your pot roast.

  9. Congrats Carole! It is such a beautiful and versatile pattern and each one looks so unique and different!

  10. I really love this pattern and saved it as you went along. It is on my to-do list. Meanwhile…I was watching Bonnie Hunter on Quilt-cam a week or so ago and got out more scraps, cutting to size and stitching up more for Two Step. I’ve graduated from throw to twin. 🙂

  11. So many beautiful finishes from your pattern. Keep them coming! Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!

  12. Congratulations on another successful pattern published! It’s a great design!

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