There is one lonely orange Twinkle Star up on the design wall.
|Twinkle Stars, Tutorial by Andrea Feldbush of Soscrappy|
This block started off with a dark blue for the sawtooth star points, but the teal really sets off the orange much better. I love the vibrancy of orange. It's a good color for fall. The cooler weather, the changing leaves, the bluer skies just make fall, at least for me, so much more vibrant then the summer months.
I'm still playing around with ideas for next year's RSC Challenge (I'm hoping that Angela is planning to continue). A school house quilt has been on my bucket list for while. There's a version from McCall's Quilting that has caught my eye.
|The House That Kaffe Built, from McCall's Quilting|
But I also came across Jo's post with her row quilt blocks and fell in love with that look. So after a bit of playing with the paper pieced house blocks in EQ this idea surfaced.
I probably need to add some tree blocks in between the houses, but I kinda like the look of this one too. Lots of little pieces, it would definitely make me work on my paper piecing skills. Thankfully there is still a few months to make a decision.
I'm linking up with Soscrappy for today's Rainbow Challenge post. Then it's time for another cup of coffee while checking out all of the fun RSC projects for this year.