Saturday, October 27, 2018

Green Scrappy Saturday

I can't believe this is the last RSC link up for green scraps. Where did October go? Most of it is a blur for me, but I did have bits of time to get a few green scraps sewn into various projects.

Many little pieces went into the new Temecula Secret Santa mystery, one more Circle of Squares block was made in green, and my Squared Away blocks are in production.

But just look at these 3" arrowhead blocks! 
I adore how they look and how much fun they are to make! 

I have 9 blocks made so far.. an orange test block, 4 from blue September and 4 from green October. 

These will make a terrific quilt!

This project will go on my 2019 RSC list to make each month. If I sew 4 a month, I could have 48 more blocks by year end, but that would still only make a small wallhanging sized quilt... a layout of 7 x 7 would measure 21" square! Maybe this will be a multi year project?!?

Linking up to the RSC weekly scrap party.

16 comments:

  1. I like the pattern for this block and can picture it in lots of colors

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  2. Only 3"? Wow, that's some small pieces in those blocks! They look great. It will be fun to see these pop up in your posts throughout next year. Now that Squared Away is over, it's time to start deciding on next year's scrap project.

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  3. I am off to check on the secret santa quilt - what fun. I like the arrowhead blocks but 3 inches?

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  4. Those are great little blocks! It will be fun to see what you end up doing with them.

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  5. Pretty blocks, so small! It's going to be a beautiful 2019 RSC quilt!

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  6. I love those blocks! They’re so tempting....

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  7. It is hard to imagine myself making blocks this tiny, but you do it so well! Of course I love the greens :)

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  8. Love the arrowhead blocks! Anything that small is automatically cute!

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  9. Oh, I LOVE these little blocks, Kathy. I so do NOT need any temptation to start a new little quilt, but this is really hard to resist. I am trying, however. :)

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  10. Yikes! I love the look of the Arrowhead blocks, but not the size! You go girl!

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  11. Wow, such lovely blocks and then I read the dimensions - amazing.

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  12. Such teensy blocks! You are a very skilled piecer :)

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  13. oh, I love your little arrowhead blocks! How fun is that :-). They would make a fabulous little doll quilt. Like everyone else who commented...I DON'T need anymore temptation LOL

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  14. Love the blocks. U can do more blocks than that and make a wonderful quilt.

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