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Friday, August 28, 2015

Rainbow Scrap Quilts

Yeah, it's Friday. I get excited over Friday whether I have something to do on the weekend or not. Just an old habit from working. 
Amy at Love Made My Home has not been posting Five on Fridays this whole month of August cause she taken the month off. She'll start back up next Friday but I still want to go ahead and post my Five for Friday
My five pics will be the five rainbow scrap quilts that I am making in regard to so scrappy RSC 15 challenge

I have 2 of the 5 sets caught up with all the colors for year. 
Being that this month was indigo and here are my indigo blocks


Some how I miss counted how many blocks to make, need 2 more.



But then the other 3 sets, I still have to catch up on May and June the baby blue and the bright green. 


1. Is the spool blocks. These are made from small pieces of scrap from trimming up my bigger scrap. I just couldn't throw them away, had to make something from them. Which those small slivers were perfect to make little spools. Now this one won't be a very big,  it will be more of a wall hanging size.



2. I'm not sure of the name of this block because I first saw this as part of show and tell at a guild meeting. This one still needs the baby blue and bright green blocks. 



3. These are the curvy log cabin blocks, this one also still needs the baby blue and bright green blocks. The yellow ones I'm not sure about. They don't read a circle like the others. Could remake or not use them in the top. 



4. This one is made out of 30's reproduction fabric to correlate with ours 30's club. We all show are RSC 15 blocks during our meeting. And when we meet next month I'll take pictures of everyone's blocks again and show them here.
I have all the colors done on this one


5. And a simple 9 patch where I use this method 

So there are Five on Friday

I want to add a link to an earlier post where I gave name of patterns or links to ones, like the spools. Go Here

till next time


14 comments:

  1. A great five!! Thank you for the mention, hope you will join in Five On Friday next week! xx

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  2. Beautiful RSC projects. It's hard to start just one isn't it?

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  3. I love rainbow scrap quilts! A great way to play for sure!

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  4. Dear Kat,
    lovely projects, bet you love playing with each of them.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  5. Those Spool Blocks are Just. TOO. Cute!! Your other RSC projects are coming along nicely, too.

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  6. What a lot of fabulous rainbows!

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  7. Maybe the yellow will fit in better when more colors are added, so don't give up yet. You have done a terrific job this week with all those types of blocks.

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  8. What a lovely array of projects!

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  9. Five wonderful projects! Good for you getting all caught up with the other colours.

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  10. Wow, that's a lot of blocks! I recently discovered that method for making sets of 9 patch blocks. It's very useful, and fun!

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  11. I am really thinking about those circle blocks for next year -- so much fun! Lots of great progress -- getting so close to finished quilts.

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  12. That's a lot of scrappy goodness! I love the little spools. I don't usually use scraps that small, but I will now!!

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  13. Wow! I love all FIVE! You go girl!

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