Saturday, February 10, 2018

RSC18 - Purple


I finished another six Anvil Blocks so now have twelve done.  A big difference in the shades of purple and I hope it all plays nice in a quilt.


The plan is for a 4 x 5 setting with sashing/corner stones and everything is cut.  I hope to get at least four more made today.  I have some other commitments that have priority or I would finish this whole thing up this weekend.  Hey, there's still time in this short month so why rush.

We are in a 3 day spell of snow and ice - I won't step my foot off the porch!  The furkids and I are going into Cabin Fever Mode right now.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon   

12 comments:

  1. You're in a spell of snow and ice. We're witnessing very cold temperatures here in Lubbock. Fortunately, no precipitation in the forecast.

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  2. Love the purple mix....I think they will be great together. Take no chances, but I do understand that cabin fever mode. Wish I had a solution:) Hang on spring is coming.

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  3. The blocks are great! I'm sure they'll be just fine in the end quilt.

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  4. those blocks are lovely together, and keep warm as you stay indoors, safety on a solid floor instead of an ice rink outside.

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  5. Such a wide variety of PURPLE scraps!! Use your Cabin Fever to your advantage. Sew, sew, SEW!!!

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  6. Isn't it amazing how wide the range purple has? I'm not sure any other color has so much range. Maybe that's why I love it so much? Your blocks are great!!

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  7. Cabin fever mode... oops - hope the ice melts soon

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  8. You've got a wonderful variety of purples!
    We had just enough of a thaw today to make tomorrow look pretty slippery...

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  9. Putting your cabin fever to good use! Love the purples!

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  10. Maybe I need a little cabin fever to get as much done as you did. Love all the blocks!

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  11. Still two more Saturdays -- no rush.

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  12. You've got some fun purples in those anvil blocks. They look pretty good all grouped together the way you have them now. Hope the weather has cleared a bit and you are able to get out for a bit, at least make it to the grocery store if nothing else.

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