Saturday, June 27, 2015

Last of the Light Blues

For the time being anyway. ;- ) I've forsaken the big Ohio Stars for smaller stars and Wrench blocks.


Those are 9" stars and wrenches that will finish at 7.5". Oh, there's one 6" shoo-fly block and one 10" wrench in the collection too. 

I've been sewing up other scraps this week as well:



My stand-by 6" blocks and a few more stars and wrenches Oh look, there are a couple of light blue blocks in there. I'd forgotten about them! I tried out a couple of Bouncing Betty blocks (also known as Crosses & Losses). Not sure whether they will develop into the project I had in mind when I made the blocks. When I couldn't focus on a specific project I sewed up leftover triangles into Broken Dishes units. 

I'm looking forward to the new color to be announced in a few days. In the meantime I'm linking up with the other RSC bloggers today over at SoScrappy. There's a lot of inspiration to be had in those other blogs!


9 comments:

  1. Great use of plaids and wavy fabrics, especially the yellowish ones. Well done.

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  2. see, this is why I love doing the color challenge. Everyone does something different, something I wouldn't have thought of. LeeAnna

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  3. Some days are just full of lots of little bits. They add up over time though. Looking forward to red for July.

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  4. With your lovely Ohio stars, you've just reminded me that I also wanted to make an Ohio star quilt next. *sigh* I can start three quilts, right?
    I love all your blocks (especially that wavy monkey wrench. And the stars. And the broken dishes.) Your design wall is inspiring!

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  5. Nice collection of blocks - monkey wrench is one of my favorite blocks

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  6. You just keep plugging along, accomplishing lots! Your design wall is inspiring. You have used up a lot of light blue this month - good for you!

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  7. Your blocks are inspiring. I like your philosophy of making Broken Dishes blocks when you hit your imagination limits.

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  8. Your blocks are inspiring me, too. I hear July will be a red month :D

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  9. What a lot of fun there is up on your wall! I love seeing how you used your blues.

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