Saturday, February 27, 2021

Easy Breezy Progress

Yellow Easy Breezy Blocks

One of my favourite methods of creating a quilt is picking one block pattern and adding a colour each month. This is exactly what I've been doing with the Easy Breezy Leader-Ender challenge that Bonnie Hunter started last July.

Block Collection

My block collection is now over 100, but since the blocks are only 4", I need to sew many more to have enough for  a bed size quilt.

This project still needs lots more of aqua and orange blocks, so I'll focus on those months, and add blocks here and there when I have scraps in other colours.

Linking up to the Rainbow Scrap Challenge party and then I'll write my blogpost for the February Table Scraps Challenge.

8 comments:

AnnieO said...

Sweet rainbow blocks! I was happy the block was triangle free. I’ve made 60+ blocks in the larger size but plan an alternate block to make a bigger quilt.

The Cozy Quilter said...

What a pretty handful you have!

Jan said...

Rainbow! My second favorite color (plaid is my favorite). I can't wait to see it all together!

Michelle Churchman said...

What an awesome idea! Those little blocks are so cute!

Michelle
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Anorina @SameliasMum said...

That's a lovely rainbowy stack of blocks. This quilt is certainly going to be a happy one :)

Kate said...

Such scrappy goodness! Rainbow blocks are my favorite and you've got a really pretty stack of them.

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

Mercy, four inch blocks! Great rainbow though, and a project that uses up a bunch of scraps.

Janet O. said...

How many different rainbow quilts do you think you have made/have in the works?