Saturday, January 18, 2014

RSC14 -- January is Blue

Inspired by Cathy at Sane, Crazy, Crumby Quilting blog and the RSC14, I decided to make a pieced Sue block in blue.  I decided to try to use the scraps in my current scrap basket before sorting them to their respective gallon Ziplock bags sorted by color.  Cathy was kind to tell us where she found the block pattern.  It is at Q is for Quilter blog.  Here's my BLUE version for January:


I'm not sure how I will stitch the kite strings and the flower stem yet.  Time will tell.  I'm linking up for the Scrap Saturday at SoScrappy  blog.  Check out how everybody else is getting the "blues" for the RSC14 this week click here.

Soscrppy

15 comments:

  1. Very fun block with lots of little pieces!

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  2. That will be a really fun quilt, can't wait to see the finish!

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  3. A D O R A B L E!!! I can just see a whole quilt of these in every color.

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  4. Such a cute block! It is always so nice when people share links to tutorials

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  6. So glad you found the inspiration to make this block. Looking forward to more!

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  7. Gorgeous.Can´t wait to see your scrappy quilt.Thanks for the link!

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  8. So pretty. Those will look great in all the rainbow colors.

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  9. What a pretty block. I'm interested to see the next one in your collection.

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  10. Oh, yours turned out so cute. Did you find that it was pretty easy to make? I'll be glad to see how our quilts turn out!

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  11. This looks so fun! What a great quilt it will be too.

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  12. This is the sweetest block. I haven't seen this before. I will have to keep this pattern on the "one day" list.

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