Saturday, February 18, 2017

RSC17 - February greens

I'm afraid I didn't find any sea greens in my stash.  So, rather than go out and buy some,  I elected to work with aqua.   I don't have alot of aqua either,  but enough to put my project pieces together.  If Angela calls aqua as a color in a future month this year,  I'll just have to come up with another compromise.  LOL


Here are project parts for February,  the Over 60's block, with hand embroidery waiting to be done; some churn dash blocks, a crayon and some blocks for my newest start, titled elsewhere as Hidden Gems.  Right now I'm calling it 20 Triangles,  not very catchy eh?



I'm linking up with Angela at Soscrappy today.  Be sure to visit there to see what other quilters are creating with their  'sea green'  fabrics.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Moda's Be My Neighbor - Row 1

I spent the weekend working on the Be My Neighbor project.  It really goes together quickly.  I think picking thru the fabric choices is the time-eater here.  You can find the free project  HERE .

Here are the first four blocks .............  I know, I fudged block 3 with the tree, I 'WILL'  be replacing that faux pas with a correction.




I'm happy to link up with Connie at Freemotion By The River today.

On Wednesday, I'll be sharing with Susan  of Quilt Fabrication and Lorna of Sew Fresh Quilts.

Be sure to visit all these sites to see what other creative quilters are sharing today!

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

RSC17 - January purples

My purple fabric collection is quite sparse,  In addition to the Over 60's block which I shared earlier in the month, I did make up a few scrappy blocks for my ongoing projects;  one is the churn dash and the other is a new addition inspired by the quilt pattern "Hidden Gems".





Friday afternoon I stitched up the purple crayon.  Only 4 RSC projects going this year,....so far.





 Meanwhile,  I'm linking up with Angela of Soscrappy and on Sunday I'll join Cynthia for Oh Scrap . Be sure to visit these sites  to see what other creative quilters are making with their purple pieces.

Thanks so much for stopping by.