For an extra special treat this week, I got out one of my vintage machines to sew some scrappy blocks. This is Charity my 1952 featherweight machine. She sews like a dream.
These are 16 patch blocks made from 2" squares. Here are the blocks made with jelly bean fabrics and green scraps. I have run out of jelly bean fabric now and will be substituting a pink cupcake square here and there.
Today I will work on a layout for this project so check back on Monday to see what I come up with!
Linking up to Rainbow Scrap Challenge
Sweet start on GREEN month for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, Kathy!!
Jelly beans and cup cakes, such fun blocks!
These are really fun blocks. Who doesn't love a jellybean or cupcake, right? Happy Sewing :)
I think you had double the fun this week, Kathy! Your Featherweight and jelly bean fabric - love them both!
That is a beautiful little featherweight!
What fun jelly bean blocks--and the cupcakes make it even more of a party!! :)
These are lovely!
Sew fun - love the jelly bean fabric.
The blocks are adorable, and so is your Featherweight!
If you run out of jelly beans then cupcakes is certainly a good substitute!
Love your Featherweight! I'm trying to bring an old Singer Treadle that once belonged to hubby's grandmother back to life.
Great greens. So cute your jelly bean and cupcake fabrics.
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