Saturday, September 21, 2013

RSC13 - Baby Blues


It has taken me awhile to gather 'baby blues' as I don't typically work with pastels.  I even dug into a scrap tote that I didn't plan on looking into until next year - I have so much right now to try and use up!  My large star is always my first block to build as it takes the largest pieces of fabric.


Then I work the Sprout blocks - the pastels get lost in this pattern.  My little bit of whimsy I add to these - look close.  Humpty Dumpty


The baby stars are next.  They don't really take a lot of fabric, it is just the order I work.  I don't know why they look so purple as they are the same fabrics used in all my blocks?



And last - those log cabin blocks to use up the smallest and skinniest of them - and I did use those scraps right up to the bits that got tossed.

** Linking up with ScrapHappy-RSC13 - go visit and see how everyone else worked with their pastel blues **

Sewingly Yours
Sharon 

19 comments:

  1. Pretty blocks! I love playing with blues.

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  2. OMG. I love your baby blue blocks. If you don't know what to do with them you can send them to me. LOL
    I look forward to seeing what you do with them.

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  3. Wow, Sharon. Love what you did with those baby blues :D

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  4. these are all such great blocks...I will be watching to see how they all go together! I love the soft blues tool

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  5. Ha, ha! You are the most organized scrapper I've ever seen. I love your logic, as well as your blocks!!

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  6. Pretty blocks. Love them all, but especially the log cabins.

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  7. Good work using your scraps in so many ways!

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  8. Very nice blocks, your methodical working has paid off, you certainly have a good collection. Im not a big pastel person either so September has been a challenging month.

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  9. I love those log cabin blues blocks Sharon. Very pretty..hugs, Julierose

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  10. oh my Sharon these blocks are gorgeous,love those log cabin ones,well done.xx

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  11. All blocks are charming. Baby blue log cabins are my favorite.

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  12. All blocks are charming. Baby blue log cabins are my favorite.

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  13. I am swooning over these colors and blocks. Beautiful...

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  14. Oh, those log cabin blocks are beautiful! All the others are great too, the log cabin blocks just really took my eye.

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  15. Great job using up the blue bits. Love the reasoning on the block process in the post.

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  16. Your baby blues are so pretty...I especially love the last little bits you used on the log cabin blocks. They are sweet!

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  17. Ah, such sweet baby blues!!! I didn't get to work on mine this week - hopefully next Saturday :*)

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