Saturday, January 5, 2013

Rainbow Color Challenge - Pink

 
I don't have a lot of pink and had to really scrounge for this pile. **I remember now - did a pink 'dump' quilt last year so used a lot of my pink scraps**

 
I used a star pattern from Ula's 2012 BOM and got a few cute 5" starlets, a couple of 6" logcabin blocks, and some 3.5" x 6.5" bricks for a future brick/chimney quilt. The rest was cut down for the pre-cut barrels for future projects.

I am linking up with Angela at SoScrappy.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

27 comments:

  1. Sharon - Those starlet blocks are darling and perfect for what I have in mind for my January Doll Quilt Swap quilt!! And I always love log cabin blocks - especially the traditional ones!!

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  2. Oh how pretty! Your log cabins are so perfect too.

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  3. I love your star blocks Sharon. Not that I don't love the log cabins! LOL! They are very pretty.

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  4. The star blocks are adorable! Looks like you got quite a bit of distance out of your scraps.

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  5. Your stars and log cabin blocks are so pretty! Glad you found some pink fabrics still left in your stash!

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  6. Your pink blocks came out beautifully. I have been searching for some pinks in my stash and am coming up with very little...yet I love pink. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...

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  7. Pretty blocks! And I remember that pink dump quilt - it was beautiful, and made someone very very happy!!

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  8. Sharon i love those blocks,well done.xx

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  9. Gorgeous blocks Sharon. So many lovely pinks!

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  10. I love your log cabin blocks!! I need to get me some scraps LOL!

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  11. I remember your cute pink dump quilt. Love the stars and the log cabin blocks.
    I think I have more blue scraps than any color. Love blue. If unchecked, all my quilts would probably be blue themed.

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  12. I love how your pinks go together so well. I have quite a bit of pink now, expecting our first grand daughter. :)

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  13. it's hard to believe that you were short pinks...your blocks came out so great! I would've been more than happy to share pink fabrics/scraps with you, just email me =D

    hugZ,
    annie

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  14. Yours look so pretty. That would be a hard color to come up with in my stash too.

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  15. I love the log cabin blocks as well as the stars , I don't have a lot of pink either .

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  16. Pretty little stars to shine down on the bricks & log cabins :*)

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  17. You know I'm a Log Cabin fan but I really like those star blocks. I haven't had a chance to dig into the pink scraps yet, maybe tomorrow.

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  18. You are being so efficient, you don't have enough pink scraps to plan with! LOL Love the stars!

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  19. I love the log cabin blocks. and the stars, but I am on a log cabin love-in lately.

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  20. Love your star blocks, and you can never go wrong with log cabins!

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  21. Such pretty blocks - the stars look wonderful and well so do the log cabins!

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  22. I love the Log Cabin block. What size was the center block?

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  23. A fan of pink I am not, but your blocks are gorgeous!

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  24. I love stars and log cabins. Great blocks.

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  25. Thanks for visiting Spiral. Those pink starlets are darling!
    Jeanne

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  26. Love your pink blocks. The log cabins are my favorites.

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