Thursday, August 22, 2019

Whooping Friday


I managed to get two Tiny Tuesday blocks done and will wait for next weeks release to make the third and fourth block for the month.

   
The Chandelier Bead Blocks in the black background got finished and


so did the ones with the light backgrounds.


KEVIN'S Summer Scrappy QAL had it's finale reveal and final clue.  I used 1.5" squares because I like tiny!  I chose to make the center 12 squares instead of the 13 - just that odd quirk in me with the number.  A start on the corners and I would like to get this one completed - or it might just sit.  The rounds have that 'border' feel to me and I hate borders.

 
In an attempt to further tame - no use up - those scrap lights in the kitty food bag, I cut most of the pieces needed for this next project.  I plan on pulling one of the newest gifted scrap bags and work thru those color bits.  It's a little hard to get a shot of the quilt with the glossy page.

I'm really considering letting go of anything left in that kitty bag after these projects - yes, sometimes you just have to let it go.

Looks like it's going to be a very scrappy weekend.
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon  

7 comments:

  1. Black or white and then the red, they are all wonderful.

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  2. I really love your dark chandelier blocks--so dramatic and eye catching...excellent works all hugs, Julierose

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  3. I like the new quilt you are starting on. Which book is it from?

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  4. Wonderful blocks you have made! The new quilt looks great too. I admire you using all those tiny squares.

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  5. I love that red block - I want to make it a bit bigger, change the border colour (i'm not a fan of white) and make it into a small quilt. Thank you for inspiring my creative side.

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  6. I'm always looking for more light scraps, so I would have a hard time parting with the kitty bag. Nice job on your BLUE blocks for the RSC and that lovely red center of Kevin's Mystery!! I don't blame you for working smaller. I enjoy doing that, too.

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  7. Can't wait to see that dark chandelier all together. You got a lot done this week!

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