Saturday, February 28, 2015

Time Travel

Okay, first things first. I started a post back on Feb. 11 apparently. I was interrupted so I "Saved" it. When I finally went back to complete it I decided to redirect the focus of the post. I added to, deleted, and rearranged the elements and hit the "Publish" button. Rather than publishing on the date I pushed the button Blogger placed the post back in time on the eleventh of February. So unless my readers scrolled back in time no one has seen that post. I invite you to take a few minutes now to go back and see what you've missed. I'll wait here. No hurry. :- )

So here we are on the last day of February. Also the last day of Pink for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Because I was making African stars there haven't been a lot of pink blocks this week. There are a few you may not have seen though. The Hole in the Barn Door blocks and the Ohio Star are six inch blocks. The Churn Dash or Wrench blocks will finish at ten inches.



And here are all of my 12" Ohio Stars in blue and pink (for January and February):



The color for March has been announced. To my delight it's Yellow! I have a bit of a head start with these two blocks:


I do wonder how well my yellows are going to show up on the white-on-white background fabric I've chosen for the RSC blocks. When they're mixed in with all the other colors it will probably be less of an issue but it will require an act of faith on my part to combine yellow with white. Don't be surprised when other colors creep into my yellow blocks. ;- )

I need to get a little more ambitious about posting. There are other things I haven't shared yet and if I don't do it soon I will forget altogether. You have plenty of time to go check out what everyone else has done with pink during this last week of February though. Click on over to the RSC 15 page to find links to all the other blogs.


9 comments:

Scrappy quilter said...

Great job on being ahead of the game. I have very little yellow and I'm doing my Sawtooth Stars in batiks so it's going to be interesting.

quiltedfabricart said...

Ohio star has always been one of my favorite blocks. It says quilting to me. Yours look great!

scraphappy said...

Your pinks and blues look great. I am sure that the yellows will all work out in the end.

The Joyful Quilter said...

What a wonderful selection of blocks you completed... nice work!

Mari said...

Ohio stars always look so great. Yours are beautiful. Going to make a great quilt!

Nanette said...

You managed to get a lt of pink done this week Sue. I like all your pink and blue stars set out together. Good luck with the yellow.

Angie said...

Great blocks - it will be fun to watch all the colors accumulate over the year!

Kate said...

Lots of pretty pinks and blues in your blocks.

Sheila said...

I love your blocks! You go girl!