Sawtooth Stars made me really happy this week. After playing with the few I had made this year during the mid-year progress report, I decided it was time to start making more stars every month. Since they are only 4" when finished, it will take a few of them to make a quilt. A few of these red fabrics are really ancient, but I can't seem to every use up every scrap!
I also went back to June's color and pulled some light blue scraps. The 4" size Sawtooth Star is great for small amounts of scrap fabric. The main color only requires a 2 1/2" center block and 4 squares cut to 1 7/8". I use Marcia Hohn's Flying Geese Speed Piecing method B and the measurements here.
That may wrap up my red scraps for this month, but there's lots more scrappy red inspiration at Angela's Soscrappy blog today!