Hope everyone in the US had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday. Ours was fun, though the house we rented this year was a lot smaller than the one we rented last year. Cooking was a challenge, but that's part of the fun. How My Guy's mother got dinner on the table for 30 plus people out of her little kitchen is pretty amazing now that we've had a go at it.
I got in a lot of machine time early in the week, but the later part of the week was reserved for Thanksgiving prep and family time. Even so, I got a decent start on the last of the fan blocks.
Some of the lighter fabrics tended towards pink. I wasn't sure of the one of the far right, is that magenta or pink. Maybe it doesn't matter as long as I didn't use pink anywhere else? We'll see how they look when I get all 16 of them done. There's another 3 fan blocks in various stages of construction over at the sewing machine.
I've also made some progress on the sawtooth stars that will be used in the border for the Inverted Star Blocks.
I didn't realize how limited the tonal range was for the orange fabrics that made it into these blocks. They won't be right next to each other, but spread across the borders, so maybe it won't be so noticeable then. One more orange block is in the works and several of the magenta are also in various stages of assembly. The plan is to make 5 of each color initially, then figure out which colors will have a 6th block. I really like the offset from block to block, its going to be a fun border. (I say that now, pieced borders have never been a strength, hopefully these will go together well).
Linking up with Soscrappy for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge and on Sunday with Oh Scrap.