Sunday, April 26, 2020

Oh Scrap! : Last of the Blue RSC

….I think it's Sunday?!

Like so many other people, I am finding my days all running together.  
Every day usually looks just like the day before.

Longarm quilting, gardening, sewing masks, exercising, cooking, and repeat....




I really haven't been working on my own quilt projects much lately.  I did realize I still had the blue blocks for one of my Rainbow scrap challenge quilts to finish.

While I do love navy, I am not a big fan of blue so I am happy to be moving onto another color soon.
I am hoping for purple!  :)


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  • 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.
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10 comments:

  1. I loose track of days to and haven't started my blue blocks for the month - and I'm not in a rush - I will get to them just maybe not until next month at this rate!

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  2. Unfortunately I lost track of time before the quarantine. It happened when we retired. Haha! I'm hoping for pink for May. We'll know soon! Your blocks are very pretty in spite of not being too terribly motivated. Good job!

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  3. Working with a color that we love helps when it comes to making blocks! More and more each passing day they days become blurred together. It is much like wash, rinse, repeat over and over!

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  4. I really like your blocks and the mix of prints. I had a harder time with blue because we had just done turquoise and I needed something jazzy but blue is always good.

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  5. I am the same with the days lately! We were laughing the other night because Mike asked what my plans were for the next day. Plans?! Lol! Those blocks are going to make a great design! I would enjoy purple next month - although I don't have much of it right now. Might have to shop - somehow!

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  6. Your blocks look great in Light/Bright BLUE!! I'm thinking purple or pink for the next RSC Color of the Month. I'm not really a fan of pink, but I think I'm ready for a warm color!

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  7. Hi,
    Your blocks are great. Working with one color can get tedious. Have a great day!

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  8. I like that block you chose. Would you share the sizes... it might be perfect for using up multiple sizes of precut squares.

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  9. I totally agree! Each day starts to look the same, though I am enjoying not having that alarm go off at 4am three days a week.
    Love your blue blocks!

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  10. Love these blocks Cynthia, beautiful pattern.

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