If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.William Morris.

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Saturday of Scrappy Sewing

RSC15  January's Blocks



I had gotten a late start working on these blocks. Part of the reason was I was away for part of the month but the main reason is I couldn't decide which pattern(s) I wanted to do. 
Yeah I know, I have a list of UFO's a mile long and what am I thinking about by even starting another quilt,
 let alone 5.
Yes I said 5. Call me crazy but I can reason it out in my mind with the fact I have tubs of scraps that are needing to be used.
And even after making all these blocks I believe the tub has gotten bigger.

Before I started
Afterwards
    See what I mean.

     I believe I have 
          created a 
           monster.


So here are my blocks


The pattern is Red Letter Day by Camille Roskelley for 
Thimble Blossom



This is a free pattern here on 


This one I am using Creative Grids Curvy Log Cabin Trim Tool.
I am going to make color balls. Putting 4 blocks together. Just hadn't finished the other 3 as I write this. I'll get to it tomorrow.


This one I had seen at a guild meeting years ago.
When I have a few more made I'll show what it will look like, a very simple blocks.


A simple nine patch using this method here. 
Making them my enders.

So there it is, a glimpse of my insanity.
I just wish I could show a dent in my scrap piles. 


Linking up at So Scrappy

13 comments:

  1. Wonderful blocks and great use of blues.

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    1. That you very much. Believe or not I still have one or two I would still like to do this year.

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  2. I can so relate! Live your projects!

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    1. Oh a soul sister. Too bad your not closer we could have a little maddest together.

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  3. I have so many scraps and I just keep adding to them - I think I need to set aside one day of the week that is devoted to making blocks from the scraps

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    1. That is a good plan if you ask me. It's funny that I didn't realize how much scraps I had. I'll keep a look out for what you do.

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  4. I need to do some geneology research....but I think we may be related :)...I can see why you got sucked in...the blocks are lovely!

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    1. thank you. It's a small world we could be related. Lol

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  5. You're like me! Too many going on now to start another one but I have 3 totes like that! You don't have more....you just fluffed them up some!

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    1. Your right I just need to push them back down, put that little beast back in the tub. But not after doing this months pink. Thank you for the encouragement

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  6. Love your blue blocks. Like you, I need to work up some UFOs, too : )

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  7. Beautiful blocks. Are we not all a little insane. My scrap pile does the same, it gets bigger when I work with it. Whenever you figure that out, please let me know, because I do not have a glue why that happens.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  8. Fun projects. Maybe they will help make a bit of a dent in your scrap bins, or at least you can say you made a start.

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