The scrap colour this month is green, which is perfect for May sewing. Green is just starting to appear in my neighbourhood, and the sunshine this week is helping the grass and plants (and humans) come to life again.
I have been sewing more little 2.25" Alamo Star blocks as leader/enders, and here are my newest green ones. I enjoy deciding what to put in the centre (it really doesn't take much to entertain me!) Sometimes I put the background fabric in the centre (as in the bottom two blocks), sometimes I put the star point fabric in the centre (as in the purple block) and sometimes I put a totally random square in there (as in the top left block).
Hop over to SoScrappy to see what other quilters are cooking up with their green scraps.
After sewing a bit this morning, I am off to day #2 of the quilt show. Yesterday was great fun, and my unbiased opinion is that this is a terrific quilt show! And because this is green month for the Rainbow Scrap quilters, I will show you one example of my fellow quilter's brilliance and creativity.
This quilt display is from a "special interest" group project - the quilters started with the photograph in the centre, using it as the inspiration for their quilts. (If you click on the photo, you can biggie size it and see more details).
And here is my Journey of a Quilter! I am so happy to have it hanging at a quilt show put on by the people who have inspired my quilting journey, and surrounded by quilts they have made.
Today I feel very blessed to be surrounded by so many creative people!