|Frogging and Pressing pile|
Then searched my partial strip box and scrap box. I made these--
|January Blue blocks|
More album or great granny blocks! Yes, I made these blocks last year for Rainbow Scrappy Challenge and I liked them so much I'm making them again for 2015. They satisfy my need for multiple fabrics in all sorts of colors but organize them into a quilt anyone would love. There is nothing more fun than digging through the scrap box unless its digging through someone else's scrap box! Thank you Angela for hosting this challenge! Please see everyone's posts at soscrappy.
Goals this week are--
Sashings on Two Lips blocks
Christmas Irish Chain piecing
Borders for Bricks and Stepping Stones
The 30's blocks were supposed to be these--
|2012 Rainbow Scrappy Challenge blocks|
They are blocks from Rainbow Scrappy Challenge in 2012. They are hanging out on the design wall waiting for sashing. But these blocks were insistent they were next--
|Pink Uneven 9 Patches|
The last of the Uneven 9 Patches set with pink! I don't know where the pink came from. I am not a pink person. Laura Beth is having a boy. But somewhere sometime in the future I predict a pink quilt will be needed. Thank you Kat for the EQ setting and to Pat for her suggestions on the border. I was planning juvenile fabric for the border and she said "no, pink with a bit of green". She was right, it was a good fit.
Tops were measured this week and written in my handy dandy notebook. I note whether or not backing is made and if binding is made. They are pressed and stored in the closet like this--
|Top, Binding, and Backing|
The weather is going to turn frigid cold and windy. Where is spring? Please, someone tell me its right around the corner!