Thursday, April 4, 2013

Green Eggs & Ham


Well, not eggs or ham - but it is the color green for the month.  Boy I wish our area would green up!  So I pulled ONE baggy of green scraps - oh I have lots of green!  But let's try to use this baggy up first.


I pulled the spring greens for my Sprouts blocks with a dark stem.  And keeping with the oddities in my past sprouts - notice the shoes?  I just had to do it.

I will be linking up with SoScrappy-Rainbow Saturday


And since some have asked - the first four blocks of the Forest QAL - there's lots of green there!  The Blue Jay Feathers, Birch Grove, Fox with Leaf, and the Pilated Woodpecker.

  
And lots of secret sewing went on thru the week.  All my swaps and special monthly projects are done and packaged (or put into a draft post for their big DAY) and ready to hit the post office in the morning.  My sneak peek of my little doll/quilt (that's the back of the quilt) heading for her new home.

I will be back on Sunday (7th) with the Hands2Help update and link to one of my favorite quick quilt patterns to maybe help someone out and join in with us.  Maybe even a recipe - haven't had one of those in a while.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

23 comments:

  1. You are always sooo busy Sharon with lots of wonderful projects! Thanks for sharing... :)

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  2. wow you have been busy lots of pretty work!

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  3. Wonderful projects as usual. Love the paper piecing.

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  4. Love to see all your projects! Your green blocks are great, and your forest blocks are excellent! Love the little quilt and doll...they are adorable!

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  5. You have been busy! So many lovelies. Beautiful paper piecing projects. Looking forward to seeing a recipe. I use my crock pot every week, thanks to you.
    We had hail and cold rain today. Hope to have some spring weather next week.

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  6. Love your green blocks and the forest blocks are great. Love the fox and the woodpecker.

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  7. Green is my favorite color. I think it may start getting green next week around here. Spring sure is taking its sweet time.
    Love that fox block.

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  8. Everything is lovely Sharon! I'm starting to see a little green here and there.

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  9. I'm digging into my greens today too Sharon! They are going to look wonderful with the other colors we have already done this year :*) Your Forest QAL blocks are really special - very unique.

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  10. I love your inside greens. I also LOVE the Forest blocks. You are doing a great job with them.

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  11. I love your green blocks. I hope to make some green blocks tomorrow. I look forward to seeing what you will be sharing for H2H.

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  12. It's not easy being green.....

    Love how you always come up with the best use of scraps! And your paper pieced blocks are amazing!

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  13. I like what you've done, especially the forest creatures. The blocks are lovely and I'm a fan of paper piecing, but right now I just can't wrap my mind around all those little pieces :o(

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  14. Love your Forest QAL blocks. Very nice (especially your woodpecker)! (I'm assuming its a woodpecker but I'm not ornithologist)

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  15. Awesome blocks, they make you say WOW.

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  16. Lovely sprout blocks. -- such a nice use of a bag of scraps. The paper pieced blocks are beautiful!

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  17. Such a pretty collection of scraps. Great use of them in your sprout blocks. Love the shoes!

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  18. I look forward to your pretty sprouts each month! I wish I had time to do the Forest QAL... your blocks are beautiful.

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  19. Your green blocks are perfect for spring.

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  20. I just love your green sprout blocks...I think I have to start some of those blocks?!?
    Or is it just because I am anxious for spring??

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  21. I like the delicate low-volume look of your sprout blocks, and the forest blocks are great.

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