Saturday, November 03, 2018

Scrappy Saturday


One of my projects that needed only one more block was the Circle of Squares quilt. I asked blog readers to tell me what colour was needed for the last block. The overwhelming majority voted for something dark (green, multi, or red) so I went with brown since some of the scraps from the chocolate sister quilts were still sitting on the cutting board. There are some pieces from Save the Bees, and the bird on the basket in the middle at the top is from my friend Helen's scraps.
So... here are all the Circle of Squares blocks on the design wall. Time to sew these fun blocks together!
Hop over to the RSC weekly link up to see more scrappy quilts being created.



21 comments:

  1. Ooooooo very pretty!! I loved watching this one take shape over time!

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  2. Yeah! I love the brown block. They look great together!

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  3. Delicious chocolate brown scraps in your block! How are you going to put these together? Sashing? No sashing?

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  4. this is reallly pretty--i like the addition of the brown squares a lot...hugs, Julierose

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  5. Brown works perfectly! Great RSC quilt!

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  6. You can never go wrong by adding chocolate :)

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  7. Very NICE! Circle of squares! Congratulations on a cool finish!

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  8. I love these blocks, Kathy, and it has been fun to see your collection grow this year! I agree with Louise - it never hurts to add chocolate!

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  9. Brown was just the color for this block. The quilt is very nice.

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  10. What a wonderful quilt. And I love all the variation in the background too.

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  11. So pretty! Is there a color for November?

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  12. It looks great! November is already off to a wonderful start with this one finishing.

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  13. Your Circle of Squares blocks look great together!

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  14. Love this block, I have the pattern somewhere and would love to do it one day!!

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  15. Such a fun block! Looking forward to seeing the finished top!

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  16. This has been one of my favorites of your projects. I really like how you used pastel backgrounds in the blocks instead of just a cream or white tone on tone. Nice to see another flimsy on it's way to quilthood.
    Pat

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