Saturday, January 11, 2014

RSC14 -- Second Scrap Saturday

It's another Saturday and this week I'm happy to report that I made four scrappy blocks in blues.  I'm loving the RSC14 because I'll never be able to use all my scraps, but at least I'm using some of them!  I don't really know the name of this block, but I really like it.  Thanks to Sophie, I learned that the name of this block is called English Wedding Ring or Crown of Thorns.  I plan on making the scrap color of the month in this block.  When the year ends, I will put those blocks together and hopefully make a quilt.



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.

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18 comments:

  1. I still need to sew my blue blocks together. Hopefully before the weekend is over.

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  2. Your block has two names: English Wedding Ring or Crown of Thorns. What a good choice for a colorful scrappy quilt.

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  3. Thanks, Sophie! I'll post that in my WIP list so that I can remember it.

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  4. These blocks almost have a "vintage" feel to them. Wonderful piecing!

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  5. Those blocks are great for your scraps ;-)

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  6. I like your blue block choice. I made this block before and the quilt was awesome when finished. I look forward to seeing yours as a rainbow quilt.

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  7. Beautiful blocks Kathy! They will make a gorgeous quilt. I've made this block a couple of times and they can be quite fiddly but they look amazing. :)

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  8. An easy block to get things turned around the wrong way. Yours look great! Should be a great looking quilt.

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  9. Beautiful blocks... Love all those little triangles!

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  10. Beautiful blocks! Excellent choice for a rainbow quilt.

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  11. What a sweet block. What is the finished size? They seem petite.

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  12. I really like the block you making!

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  13. You sew some nice blue blocks. Well done.

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  14. I love, love, love that block and may have to try it!

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  15. Love the block you have chosen for the challenge. It is going to make a wonderful quilt. I never knew the name of that one either - thanks for sharing.

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  16. Love your beautiful, traditional blocks. Can't wait to see the end result.

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  18. I love your block very pretty! I hope to work on mine today!

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