Saturday, January 27, 2018

Rainbow Scrap Challenge: Still Blue

We got an early start to our weekend this week.  Friday was a day off. Part of the day was spent doing necessary stuff like hair cuts, getting to the bank, mailing a package to the Scientist in Training and a quick trip to the quilt shop.  

There was still some time for stitching even with all the errands.  The second Squared Away block is finished. 


Squared Away Sampler
designed by Mari (The Academic Quilter)
The 2018 Rainbow Scrap Challenge Project

The 1930 reproductions in the newest block are left over from a quilt along back in 2007.  I bought a lot more of the reproduction fabrics than I needed, so these fabrics have shown up in at least 2 other quilts. The medium blue floral used in the cross is a long time favorite.  I still have several big scraps left of it, so it will likely make an appearance in a few more scrappy projects before it's all used up.  

I've got a start on the third and final blue Squared Away block for this month, but forgot to get any pictures.  Hopefully, I can show off all three next week, along with a start on the blocks for February.  

You can find more blue scrappy blocks over at Soscrappy. Linking up with Oh Scrap on Sunday.  

24 comments:

  1. Nice progress on your blocks. Both of them have quite a different flavor. All part of the fun with scrap quilts.

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  2. Pretty blocks! I like that flowery blue center in your newest block, too!

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  3. Beautiful blocks! Everything fits in a scrap quilt!

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  4. Oh, how cute! I love thirties prints and that Squared Away block is to die for!

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  5. Beautiful blocks! I love the 30's fabrics, maybe I should see what light blue scraps are stashed away with my 30's collection.

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  6. Looking good! I'm eagerly awaiting February's color...

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  7. Looking good Kate! I hope to grab a few minutes of sewing time today to make at least one of my finally-decided-upon January blocks.

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  8. love the second block of 30's fabrics--I miss working with 30's prints--maybe one day again soon--still love that first one though with the tulip one--heck, I would keep that one out and just frame it as is!!!!
    enjoy, di

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  9. I love the block. Yours look great

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  10. Congrats! on completing another RSC block. Nicely done, Kate!!

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  11. Beautiful blocks, great fabrics.

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  12. Great blocks. Can't believe January is almost gone.

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  13. What a great block! I love how the fabrics change the vibe of each of your blocks...very pretty!!

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  14. Pretty! I will always have a soft spot for 30's prints. I love that little block! Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  15. The blocks are so bright and blue - like Cinderella's ball gown. And I am jealous of your neat points :-p

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  16. You have a great start on your sampler blocks. I really like that floral as well. :)

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  17. Great blocks. Your fabric choices really look good together.

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