I wrote about these in a previous post. I've gone through my scraps, and used the solids or tone-on-tones to make up a bunch of what I call "kits," and then use them for the bases of these stars. I have a basket of 3" squares along with other scraps that make up the star centers and points, and I assemble these while using them as leaders and enders. The above picture has 40 stars in it already, and I made 3 more just today while working on a couple of blocks for Boomerang. I've got these planned for two "mish mash" quilts - one is for Jo's Crumb Along, and the other is a medallion quilt I started based on ideas from Bumblebeans 15 Minutes Play.
These are some assorted blocks I've collected using up even more scraps. The Shoo Flys were made using up a bunch of leftover HST squares and some 4- and 9-patches I'm using for the centers. They, too, are now set up in "kits," so more of them will be on the way as I continue with other projects.
Tonight I have a meeting at our local community center - the main purpose is to discuss how to continue using the center and raise money to keep it open. I'm on the agenda to propose a quilting class making all the stuff above. There are so many classes at the local shops about traditional projects, and some of my guild members have expressed an interest in learning how to use up their stash doing some of the things I do. I'll report later how that proposal goes.