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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Thinking Orange

This month's color For RSC16 is orange, as many of you probably already know. 
I love going to Soscrappy's blog and seeing all the wonder projects others are doing. Which is what I am going to do after I'm done posting this.

I haven't started mine yet but I do have a couple choices to pick from.

all things simple: shauna's quilt. 8 X 8 " blocks; jelly roll strips with 1.5" sashing. Border is 4".:

The first is a basic strip block set with a sashing. Like this one I've found on pinterest.
Or...... 



 something similar to the Four Winds Quilt pattern offered by Fancy Tiger Crafts

Their quilt here is made for a queen size bed but I like the layout and I'm making a baby quilt so it will be different of course. This would make a great bed quilt.



I have a good stash of orange to pick from and would love to made a good dent in it.
Now over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict she is helping others with their scrap problem, like herself. So between Soscrappy and her, maybe I can make some progress on my scrap problem. 




I had made this baby quilt a few years back and like so many I have, needs to be quilted.

Well that's it for now, hope to have something completed by next Saturday to show.

Till then




6 comments:

  1. There is some impressive looking orange fabric scraps there. I am keen to see what you can complete in a week.

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  2. You have a nice selection of oranges to work with; I'm not doing the RSC this year as I am into making my grandchildren each a big lap quilt as they will all soon be going off to college...I have the eldest one's--Steven--done and am beginning my granddaughter Cassidy's now...one quilt at a time is my New Year's sewing resolution for 2016...no hurry, no scurry...hugs, Julierose

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  3. Good luck choosing what exactly to do with all that fabulous orange fabric! You've certainly got a lot to choose from.

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  4. I think either of your inspiration quilts would be fun. I partucularly like the Four Winds quilt. Such a fun arrangement of the flying geese. I think it would translate easily to a crib size. Can't wait to which direction you go!

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  5. LOVE that Four Winds pattern, but was surprised to find that it was a bed quilt! Good luck with altering the pattern for your needs.

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  6. I really like the Four Winds pattern. Looking forward to seeing what pattern you picked to tame your orange scraps.

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