Saturday, February 10, 2018

Scrappy Saturday

We are trying to use up our purple scraps this month over at the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Purple is not a colour I "know" and rarely buy yardage of it. But in my scrap bags there are lots of tiny pieces that friends have shared with me.

I am making my Squared Away sampler blocks in a 5" size, so the pieces I am using up are 1.5" squares and strips. The February block pattern is called "Wishing Ring". I made four blocks in purple scraps for my sampler and enjoyed thinking about the things I am wishing for while making these wishing blocks.
To see more purple projects, hop over to the RSC linkup.

20 comments:

  1. I love Purple!! Those blocks are way cute. Tiny but cute. Happy Scrappy Saturday.

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  2. Ecellent piecing on these tiny blocks!

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  3. Beautiful Wishing Ring tiny blocks, Kathy. Love all your purple scraps.

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  4. I had not heard of a wishing ring block before. Your blocks are lovely

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  5. It is so nice of your friends to share their scraps with you. They turned into such nice blocks.

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  6. I don't buy a lot of purple either.

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  7. I love all the assorted purples! I am doing the 7.5" size and enjoying the blocks, so far :)

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  8. Wow! Those are amazing blocks, especially considering how small they are. Lovely job!

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  9. Beautiful blocks! And so tiny! I *love* purple and yours look great!

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  10. Those are lots of fun! I love seeing all the different purples and prints that people are using for these blocks!

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  11. You didn't need to wish for awesome blocks, I see!

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  12. Very nice! It is so interesting to see how colors can change the block!!!

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  13. I buy lots of purple. Love these blocks!! I really like the fabric placement you have used. Is this RSC project #25, or 157?

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  14. What a wonderful range of purples...I especially love the block that is flirting with brown.

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