I have two postage stamp blocks - psp20 - my goal is 5 new every month this year. It's hard to tell, but these are 2 different pinks. I bought a honey bun especially for making these blocks, but, it has disappeared. So, I will be scrounging through my limited stash of solids. No problem. Maybe, if I pretend I am not interested in finding it, it will show up again. LOL
I made the tiny houses from 2 inch strip bin. I look for the shortest strip and cut it 2 1/2 inches and 3 1/2 inches, hopefully, until I use it all.
As I am making postage stamp blocks, I am playing around with these cute little waffle stamps blocks. They are trimmed to 5 1/2 and take 10 - 1 1 /2 inch squares. I found them to be very fun and addictive.
I cut 10 sets of pink for the waffle stamp blocks and started sewing them. I decided I would use small 1 1/2 inch pieces to strip piece sets of 5 for the centers of the block and clean out the drawer. I am glad I cut pink. After I added these to the box, I realized I hadn't cut any pink in my marathon cutting session. And pink will be so pretty in a scrappy quilt.
1. grab color wire basket and sort - DONE
I keep my fabric chunks in wire baskets by color. Some baskets are in tidy shape, others, not so much. Pink is very tidy and full.
2. decide ufo by color -prioritize as #1 - pillowcases are DONE and I have the flannel baby quilts ready to sew
pink -2 love pillowcases, 2 baby flannel quilts, zuckerwaite ( any progress is progress)
3. make ongoing rsc blocks - DONE I could use a couple more psp20 blocks
4. cut/use 2 1/2 in strips in color
wonky stars with crumb centers ? purple churndash ? nearly lemoyne hunter ? coins ?
5. Make or finish a table topper for the challenge with Joy of Joyful quilting
6. participate with the full stop quilt that Angela is doing - it is cut but note sewn
postage stamp psp20