Saturday, July 7, 2018

soul searching in red

A new month and a new color for the rainbow scrap challenge. Can you guess?



While I was waiting for the new color, I put a row together of soul searching. These blocks are big 20 x 24 inches, so three will make a good size row.
There is something magical about this pattern. The cutting sizes are easy to remember and go quickly. And then the block is in 4 parts. And when the 4 parts go together, it is so fun. Almost a surprise. While I am sewing this block, I keep imagining and wanting to make other quilts from it. And then, doing it one color a month is such a treat. Maybe, I will make one every year for the rainbow scrap challenge. Well now, I am sure getting ahead of myself.


I am linking to
 SewCan She

rsc18 super saturday


ufo busting

7 comments:

  1. One block at a time. They do look so pretty though, it is always fun to imagine future quilts.

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  2. It's SEW nice that you are pleased with the RSC block you chose for this year! I think you are brave to have sewn a row before all the blocks are done. Did you already have a color plan drawn out? That would (might!) remove my fear factor.

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  3. I love this block pattern. It makes such beautiful quilts!

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  4. Pretty blocks, red is such a great color, I love it!!

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  5. Very pretty scrappy blocks.

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  6. Very pretty blocks. Rainbow scrap projects are one of my favorites. It's hard to limit myself to just one project a year!

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