It is time to move Carolina chain along to the next step. I cut the setting triangles from scrappy blues.
And, now, I am going to join the rows a few at a time, and, there is a lot of matching and pinning to be done. I have the rows sewn together. I really like seeing the dark and light chains start to form. This is a Bonnie Hunter pattern from her book addicted to scraps.
Caarolina Chain is looking good. But, isn't this the same as Easy Breezy pattern? I'll have to pull my copy of Addicted to Scraps to see if they are the same block. I did mine as 6" although I know there was a 4" option too. Have a quilty week!ReplyDelete
So cool! The navy for the setting triangles was a perfect choice.ReplyDelete
The blue scraps really look cool for the setting of the quilt . I am sure your quilt is going to turn out lovely.ReplyDelete
Carolina Chain is going to be pretty! I love how the chain runs through in both directions.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to seeing this one come together, Maggie!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful top you are creating! Thanks for linking up with To-Do Tuesday.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful scrap quilt, Maggie. And the blue setting triangles will make the top shine.ReplyDelete
Lovely! Those dark setting triangles are very striking. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete
Coming along nicely, and I do love those dark blue scrappy setting triangles!ReplyDelete