My blue scrap chunk basket is full, but, I have a 2 gallon zip lock bag of odds and ends and leftovers that I need to go through before I cut, hoping there is enough room in the basket for the new.
I had enough blue pieces already cut for the waffle stamp blocks. I did not need to cut anymore, so, I was able to get these sewn quickly for the start of the month for the rainbow scrap challenge at so scrappy.
It looks like I really need red, and a little orange for this quilt, and, maybe purple. I think I want to start sewing a few blocks of four together with the colors I have. It might save me from throwing the blocks in a box at the end of the year.
My rainbow projects for 2021 with links:
postage stamp psp20/21
yellow boxy star and here and here and here
2 pink flannel baby quilts and here
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Great Blue Start, Maggie!ReplyDelete
I keep seeing waffles and being tempted. Such a fun block. Having groups of 4 is a great place to start.ReplyDelete
You've got lots of pretty blues for those waffle blocks, Maggie! They're fun to look at.ReplyDelete
What a lovely variety of Bright and Light BLUE scraps for your RSC Waffle blocks, Maggie! What's next? I know there's more. :o))ReplyDelete
Smart to sew into groups of 4. It makes things that much closer when it is time to sew it into a top.... and things that are bigger are harder to go missing =).ReplyDelete
Lots of blue waffle blocks, well done!ReplyDelete
Such pretty blue waffles! Great idea to sew them together in groups of 4... easier to corral them into a quilt top at the end.ReplyDelete
Love the waffle stammps! And happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Wow! You have already made a lot of progress on your blue scraps. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
Hiya , I am making a similar block . I had no ideas it is called a waffle block! It is a real scrap buster isn't it.ReplyDelete
Stay safe and sew on !