I made 10 crumb stars for the rainbow scrap challenge at so scrappy. May's color is red. After a few years of following along with the rainbow scrap challenge, I was surprised that there were very few small red scraps. I still have more than I need, but I have, apparently, weeded the smallest pieces out of the scraps. Even, the 2 1/2 inch strip bin was mostly long strips. And I have used all my 2 1/2 inch squares. It was a bit of a struggle to find the pieces for the crumb centers.
I am linking to:
My rainbow projects for 2021 with links:
postage stamp psp20/21
aunt Eliza star and here
floating stars and here and here - finished
yellow boxy star and here and here and here - finished
love pillowcases - finished
2 pink flannel baby quilts and here finished
Who doens't love a star quilt?ReplyDelete
Your crumb red star blocks look so beautiful together, Maggie.
Sigh... Crumb Stars in RED are SEW lovely, Maggie!! They remind me that I have a stack of those waiting for attention.ReplyDelete
Love your red crumb stars! Sometimes I look in my red scrap bin, and don't like anything I see, lol! Sourdough banana bread sounds yummy.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your crumb stars, and on your sourdough starter. I kept a starter alive for a year or so once, and made lots of loaves, but was never satisfied with the taste. It was good, just not San Francisco good.ReplyDelete
Lovely crumb blocks! And yay for your starter!!ReplyDelete
Oh boy, no more red tiny scraps? You will need to make some ;DReplyDelete
Lovely stars, the scrumb centers really add interest.
Thank youfor linking up today!
I haven't felt brave enough to try sourdough myself. Good job!ReplyDelete
Yay for using up all the small scraps. That's impressive.
Lovely crumb blocks. Thanks for sharing with oh Scrap!ReplyDelete