I finally decided what to do with my vintage sheets! I decided to make a "QR code" quilt out of them! I've been wanting to make one for a while now, but the process seemed quite daunting. It seemed daunting that is until I realized that I really didn't have to make a "real" one. The lines/pixels on this quilt didn't exactly turn out as "crisp" as I'd hoped, but I just love it. It's made from "recycled" fabric, is geeky, AND pink, plus I love the old/new thing going on!
I had a totally different design all planned out and drawn up for this vintage sheet quilt, but a math error, and subsequent cutting error (as in I cut up the whole entire sheet before realizing the error, error), left me with a block that was way too big. I realized this after I sewed up the first 3. I also had a smaller "test" block that I'd made, all from the striped fabric.
Being the frugal person that I am, I decided to come up with another plan, instead of cutting them down to size. I must admit that I've come to my own personal conclusion that when it comes to vintage sheets, it's a lot more fun to buy them than to sew with them, so I decided I wanted to make something small... crib or lap sized. Don't ask me how I decided to do a QR code. Maybe it was because of the 3 big "bullseyes", and one little one that I had, maybe it just jumped into my head while I was surfing the internet looking at other quilts made from vintage sheets. I certainly haven't seen any other QR code quilts made from vintage sheets, but must have come across both in a search somehow. Don't you love the internet?