Last night was spent getting DT ready for the Trunk or Treat, which after all the effort spent on decorating the car, got moved inside because of the rain. After DT sped off to Fun Night, I spent the rest of the evening finishing up a report for work. Now it's on my boss's electronic desk top and I'm done with the heavy lifting part of the project. I promised myself a couple of days off work once I finished up that project. The plan at the moment is to take a long weekend next week as I now have a new project that kicks off the beginning of next week.
Add in the one evening spent recovering from a blinding headache, and I didn't get much stitching done this week. So all I have to show for this week's Rainbow Scrap Challenge post is the completion of only one more Twinkle Star.
|Twinkle Stars, Tutorial by Andrea Feldbush of Soscrappy|
I always thought brown was a dreary color, but these deep browns come off as rich rather than drab. I really like these two Twinkle Stars. The remaining 4 brown blocks are cut out and are sitting at the sewing machine in various stages of assembly. It will be next week before the all make it to the design wall.
All the green scraps went into the Twinkle Stars back in May. Any lime green got used then. So I'm going to take a departure from Angela's color plan and spend November with my red violet scraps. Those will definitely make some bright blocks!
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