Saturday, November 22, 2014

Rainbow Alamo Stars


It's scrappy Saturday over at the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.
I have been making these little Alamo Star blocks for about two years now. You can read the first post here
They measure 2.75" and will be 2.25" once sewn to other star blocks.

I try to make some of these stars in the colour of the month over at RSC using batik scraps cut to 1.25".
I use the  Tri-Recs rulers to cut up the strips into useable pieces. Cutting the little pieces takes longer than sewing them together!


This is my little storage box where I keep some strips I want to cut, some pieces that have been cut and are ready to sew, and a few recently finished stars.
In december I am going to do a grand total count, and put them on the design wall to see how many more I want to make next year.
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16 comments:

  1. Oh my, they are tiny and lovely.

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  2. So, so cute, Kathy! They make me smile!

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  3. Nice progress on your little bitties. Slowly but surely they are growing into a nice collection.

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  4. Your miniature stars are so cute. I wonder just how many you have in total now!

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  5. Such tiny goodness in a box - let them grow slowly as you enjoy them.

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  6. Such tiny goodness in a box - let them grow slowly as you enjoy them.

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  7. It's been fun to watch you populate your design wall with those stars.

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  8. I hope we all get a peek when you hang them up for a look-see!

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  9. They are cute in your palm, ready to go! Cutting does seem to take a long time :)

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  10. You can do some as L/E with the mystery next week. They are tiny! I hear you on the cutting taking time.

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  11. these are tiny and can visualise how good the quilt is going to be mind you it will take lots and lots of blocks to complete

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  12. Now that is using up little tiny scraps! Love those stars.. I can't wait to see how many you have and them all together.

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  13. You do such grand thing with the smallest of things. You are so talented. Amazing.

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  14. I love these tiny blocks, but don't htink I have the patience for them. I can't wait to see these when you are finished and make your project.

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  15. those angles aren't easy especially so small. I'm impressed by how lush they look, and so tiny. The container is exciting. I love a container and one like this so organized and perfect for your little kits! So fun. LeeAnna at not afraid of color

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