Quilters inevitably have short lengths of full fabric widths as well as smaller leftover pieces from creating countless projects. The beauty is those scrap pieces can be tamed for re-use! Author, SusanClaire Mayfield has created an organizational model for that quilting fabric that she shares in her book Quilter’s Scrap Pantry: The Grab-and-Go Approach to Organizing Your Scraps and Making Beautiful Quilts. SusanClaire's current students have found that scraps suddenly become so much more tempting to work with after they have set up what she calls her “Leftovers Pantry.” When scraps are intentionally organized and stored, they no longer find themselves digging through piles of mismatched yardage. Once stocked, they can easily create the quilt blocks described in this book such as 4-patches, 9-patches, rectangles, half-square triangles, Flying Geese and Snowballs. SusanClaire walks quilters through setting up a pantry, piece by piece, and what to do with larger fabric yardage stacks. As a bonus, she links her organizational content to her YouTube videos for each section and includes additional tips for thrifty quilting. It’s scrap organization for patchwork gratification!?