My sister-in-law got me two huge bags full of fabric scraps from a dressmaker/designer she knows. In the mix are some beautiful wool plaids, bouclé, lace, satin, velvet, stretchy knits and other types of fashion fabric I don't know the names of. Some of the scraps are the size of fat quarters, some are tiny, but all are irregularly shaped. Here
is a picture of the whole lot dumped out on my puzzle table. I would like to make something or various somethings with them.
I've already seen this
question, but most of the answers are more suitable for 100% cotton fabric, and I am also not really interested in making lots of little craft items. Ideally I could use half or more of the scraps in one project
I am a pretty experienced quilter and I have made clothes before, but I have only ever worked with quilting cottons and denim. I have a good sewing machine and I'm willing to buy any other material I might need. I'm also not afraid of advanced techniques or fiddly, tedious detail work!
Sewists of metafilter, what should I do with these scraps?