Sunday, October 4, 2020

Oh Scrap! : A Need for Yellow

 I haven't had a chance to see if Angela has announced the color for October but for some reason I believe it is yellow - so that is what I decided to sew.




I only had three shades of solid yellow in my scraps so again this month I didn't make the four blocks I had planned for each month.  I will just wait for another big yellow scrap to show itself and I will make another block.  



I put them up on the RSC design wall with the other finished postage stamp blocks finished to date.  These blocks are certainly a great way to cut up my unloved scraps and use them up!


I hope to get to some of my other RSC blocks this week.  I have the scraps all pulled - I just need to get to cutting!


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6 comments:

  1. I'm happy to be sewing with yellow now, too - it's a happy color! Enjoy your Sunday, Cyndy!

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  2. So happy to have a new color to play with!
    I've been using my postage stamps blocks to use up the little squares that don't quite work for my four-patch blocks - no matter what color solid I'm using, I can use up any of the really medium mediums. (The ones that are too dark to be lights but not dark enough to be darks - augh!)

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  3. What a coincidence -- I made some yellow blocks this month and I am not participating in the RSC this year. It would be hard for me to find more than one or two solid yellows in my stash.

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  4. It's neat to see your RSC blocks up on the design wall -- you have some great variation there that should make for a lovely quilt, Cynthia!

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  5. Your collection of Postage Stamps blocks is looking so colourful and who would have thought that there were unloved fabrics in them.

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