I made checkerboards in red for Cynthia Brunz's design woven checkerboard. She blogs at Quilting is more fun than housework. This is the second quilt of hers I am doing for the rainbow scrap challenge. I am also doing wiggle time.
I have another project that will need 4 patches.
And I am hoping to make at the end of the rainbow, so, the red crumb blocks are made and cut for that one.
I am really grateful for the rainbow scrap challenge. Besides some really fun quilts I get to make, I have one (and only one ) neat and tidy scrap drawer.
I am linking:
I love all your scrappy red goodness. Thanks for this links and the inspiration ... <3 PatReplyDelete
Lots of nice blocks here, great use of scraps! What, only ONE scrap drawer? LOLReplyDelete
I'm impressed with your only one scrap drawer, too! Your plans for your scrap projects are all such good ones - I'll enjoy seeing how they progress.ReplyDelete
What variety you have in your RED scrap bin!! I'll be looking forward to seeing what you will create.ReplyDelete
Great way to use up even the smallest of pieces!ReplyDelete
Oh luscious reds! YumReplyDelete
One neat and tidy scrap drawer sounds like a great start to the year. So many lovely blocks in the works.ReplyDelete
Everything looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Great looking blocks. I of course love that you are making my Wiggle Time quilt :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!