Sunday, February 17, 2019

Oh Scrap! : Corn

Most of this week was spent working on other people's quilt.  So I didn't get a lot of sewing done.





I did get a yellow corn block completed for my Rainbow Scrap Challenge Garden quilt.
It will finish at 8 x 10"



I am still trying to decide what other yellow blocks I need for my quilt.  Even though the pineapple blocks are cute, that is not a fruit you see in my garden.  But you do see bees and sunflowers, so I think I will maybe add those.

I think the quilt is going to be a lot of fun!

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It is now your turn to share what you are making with scraps.  Here are the details for linking up: 

  • This linky party is for any scrappy project - It can be in-process or a finished piece.
  • You can link up your blog post (not your homepage please) or Instagram photo from the past week that features your use of scraps.
  • If you are linking to a blog post, I ask that you link back to my blog somewhere in your post. So if you are writing about scraps, just get into the habit of including a link as there will be a linky party available every week!
  • If you are using Instagram, please use the hashtag #ohscrap.
  • This is a party so remember to socialize and comment on the posts of others.
  • Following my blog is not necessary but it sure would be great if you do! 
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25 comments:

  1. Your garden quilt is fun! Love the idea of sunflowers, and bees. Some daffodils too?

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  2. You are right! That quilt is going to be a lot of fun. Sorry I don't have any corny joke to add to this comment so I'll just say I like your corn block. I quit growing corn in my garden because the day before it all gets perfectly ripe for picking the raccoons go through and take a bit out of each ear and then throw it on the ground. Don't make any raccoon blocks for your garden, please!

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  3. Your corn block looks great, and I love how your garden quilt is coming together!

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  4. With every fruit and veggie addition your garden is growing and flourishing! I love the corn! Yes to sunflowers and bees! This is going to be one beautiful crop of a quilt when it's finished. Thanks for sharing a picture of all the blocks!!

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  5. The corn block is fun! I think the carrots are my favorite. Bees and sunflowers are a great idea!

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  6. Your garden blocks are so bright and cheerful. Love that corn block! Sunflowers and bees will be great too. What about some yellow squash?

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  7. You definitely need a bee in there! And maybe a sun to shine in the corner and help everything grow :)

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  8. You have an awesome imagination. This quilt is looking very cool. Can't wait to see how you set it. A yellow suggestion - yellow bell pepper - but I love sunflowers too. I could see a giant one on the top of those big leaves that you've already made.

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  9. Yum...corn on the cob. Can't wait for it to be in season again.

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  10. Very cute quilt coming along. Along with yellow squash and bell peppers... what about lemons. Ok, maybe you can't grow a lemon tree in your yard (depending on where you live) but I used to live next door to a house with a small lemon orchard. I learned to make the best lemonade because the owner was happy to share his crop. Hum, kumquats? I think the sunflowers would be terrific and bees are working hard to pollinate our fruits and veggies. Great job so far.

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  11. That's a great block! Are you designing your own fruit and veggie blocks?

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  12. What about the yellow pair... https://www.ellisandhiggs.com/new-fall-quilt-pattern-pear-quilt-block/?epik=dj0yJnU9eEg5Z1JxWlA3TmZyVHptZG03VV9ONVBRaDA2OVVQY2Mmbj1TZkw3TXlyVUozMnNMbWk0SWFucVN3Jm09MyZ0PUFBQUFBRnhxcGNV
    or a lemon or a zucchini/courgette flower

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  13. I really like what you have going so far. Thank you for the linky party.

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  14. Your corn block is darling. I'm so loving how this quilt is progressing.

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  15. I love your corn! It's got me thinking of planning an Eat Your Veggies quilt...

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  16. What a fabulous ear of corn! I am loving this quilt! Bees or sunflowers would look great.

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  17. Such a bright garden quilt - wish my garden was looking as colourful as yours right now!

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  18. Adorable RSC quilt! You could also add another bird. Yellow finches are usually near.

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  19. It is fun seeing your garden grow. I love how they all look together.

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  20. Love love that corn block. I grew up in a small farming town and this takes me back to childhood days and eating sweetcorn fresh from my uncle's farm.

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