I can finally report that Vintage Dresses is all caught up for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. The second yellow dress was finished last night.
|Vintage Dresses by Charise Randell|
I love the pink rose print, it made a very simple, but sweet little dress. Something one could wear to a garden or tea party. I've always wanted to do one of those fancy tea parties, but Drama Teen being the Tom Boy that she is refuses to even consider attending such a fussy affair.
Here's both yellow dresses.
So I'm officially caught up after 6 months of being behind a month. This year, Angela is giving us November and December to actually finish our quilts. This quilt has already been claimed by DT for one of her friends that is graduating from college in 2018. To be honest, it's perfect for her. If I stop with the blocks I have, the quilt's not quite big enough to cuddle under. My original plan needs 5 more blocks. After playing around in EQ, I've decided it really needs the additional blocks. I've not used magenta or black yet so I'll add blocks with those colors. Not sure what I'm going to do about the 5th dress. I've got some rainbow prints in my scarp stash, so that's a possibility. Here's the most likely setting as of now.
The blocks will get moved around a bit, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to go with the colored frame around each block. I've stuck a plain border on there for now, but I'm contemplating some changes there too. It's a good starting point though.
Linking up with Socrappy for the end of the regular season for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. On Sunday I'll be checking out the links for Oh Scrap over at Quilting is More Fun Than Housework.