Saturday, March 27, 2021

Scrappy Saturday

Green month has flown by hasn't it? Perhaps it's the excitement of spring in the air, or the anticipation of vaccines, or the sun returning this week? Nothing outside has turned green yet, and more snow will come, but for now the sewing room is full of green.

Here are my green bracket blocks for the Full Stop sampler quilt. I'm making 4 punctuation blocks each month and will decide on the layout closer to the end of the year.

I have also been playing with other blocks and green scraps. I like this photo that shows the variety of projects I have been working on - the Easy Breezy leader-ender, the waffle blocks, and some leftover tiny 9 patches from last weekend's class.

Linking up with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge

11 comments:

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

lots of green blocks - I haven't quite finished my last block and will take a photo of all of my blocks next week instead I think

Ivani said...

There is no greens outside but your desing wall is verdant. I can see Beautiful greens and blocks there!

Kathy S. said...

I like the background fabric for your Full Stop Quilt.

Cathy said...

So many great green blocks. Keep up the great work!

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Fun background fabric for your bracket blocks! I enjoy trying different blocks with my scraps, too - you have a fun collection that you've been working on!

Michelle Churchman said...

So much green quilty goodness here! I’ am especially loving the bracket blocks.

Michelle
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The Joyful Quilter said...

Nice collection of GREEN blocks for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, Kathy!!

scraphappy said...

Variety is one of your special skills. So many great green blocks.

Susie H said...

Nice greens happening in your sewing space. Love the background fabric of your bracket blocks too. Have a great week!

Janet O. said...

All fun stuff here. Of course I love the tiny 9-patches most of all, but I am always drawn to the waffle blocks, too. How large are you making those?

Marie in Manitoba said...

I was swearing by these too, for the past year or so, because they are saving my sore joints...not as much pressure on them from squeezing the needle. Then one day I tore my last one and was at odds as to what to use until I could get to the sewing store. Then, I had a brainwave, and I cut fingers off of a rubber glove that fit either my index finger or thumb, and eureka! I may never need to buy the silicone ones again...so whenever I have a glove that springs a leak, I just save the finger tip lengths that fit!! I really do like this...also the finger cots you can buy in a drug store...but I find that I need to cut off the rolled edge so they don't cut off my circulation..then they are the ideal ones to use. Just my opinion! Love reading your blog!