I fell behind on the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, but because this month's color is purple⏤my favorite color⏤I was determined to get those done at least. I spent yesterday digging through my big pile of purple scraps and making blocks for three of my RSC projects.
|I know they look black in the photos, but they are dark purple.|
This is the layout of the finished quilt.
|Flowers for Nana Girl pattern,|
from Kim Brackett's Scrap Basket Sensations
|Yeah, more black-looking dark purple. I can't help it, I like|
dark purple so I have a lot of those scraps.
|I've built up a nice little collection of these blocks.|
Almost enough for a lap quilt. I may add sashing between the
blocks so I don't have to deal with stacked seams.
I thought about working on the stained glass blocks, but since it's over 100℉ here, and our air conditioner is working hard to keep up, I decided running the iron all day was a really bad idea. The stained glass blocks will have to wait until cooler weather. They may turn into a winter project.
I do plan on going back and catching up on the blue and green blocks from May and June sometime soon. I've just been really distracted playing with my new long arm and design software.
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Love seeing all your RSC blocks!!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks. I'm glad I finally made some forward progress.Delete
Love all your blocks!! But especially Flowers for Nana and the Bloom project. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I've been fun working on them and seeing these beautiful blocks emerge from my scrap bins.Delete