Saturday, December 20, 2014

Scrap Saturday 12.20.14 RSC14

Here's the layout I'm working on for the Scrumptious Butter Churn by Jo at Jo's Country Junction.  I wouldn't have even worked on these blocks if it weren't for the RSC14.  I am very happy with the black and white backgrounds that I selected for this quilt.  There will be sashing and cornerstones.  I'm pretty sure I will go with the suggested red cornerstones and yellow sashing.

 
Soscrppy
 
 I'm linking up with Angela at ScrapHappy blog. for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, 2014.
 
Do you have any plans for 2015 scraps?  I plan to make a couple of Bonnie Hunter quilts.  Since I over cut the green 2" squares for the mystery quilt I decided to make the Scrap Crystals quilt from More Adventures of Leaders and Enders.  The block was also featured in one of the Addicted to Scraps page in Quiltmaker Magazine.  I also hope to make a couple of fancy string quilts from one of her books, I just haven't decided which one yet.
 
 
Join us in this fun quilting adventure.  Use those scraps!  Each star will have a fun little block inside.
 
 
Angela has a linky party each Saturday.  You can meet and greet other bloggers (quilters) there.  It's a super fun way to get to know others and get great scrap ideas.  It's fun to see what others are making with scraps.  Check it out! SoScrappy Angela 
 
Since I love the Rainbow Scrap Challenge so much, one of my projects for next year will be to make little baskets like in this quilt from Temecula Quilt Company:
 
 
You can find the info for A Little Summer Sewing here.  I may make the baskets a little larger than 2.5" (2" finished!)
 
Here's a little finish I had via the RSC14.  The month we were working on light blues I started the Cascadia quiltalong at Humble quilts. You can find the information and pattern here.
 

6 comments:

  1. I am also looking forward to RSC15. The Stars you are doing next year are similar to what I did some of in 2014..
    http://jobutterfield.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/fnwf-over-at-gone-stitching-with-cheryll.html
    I really enjoy following ANGELA and your blogs. Keep it up

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  2. Love those little baskets. They will be adorable in all of the colors of the rainbow. Looking forward to a great 2015 full of lots of great scrap projects.

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  3. Awesome Butter Churn blocks. Looking forward to seeing them come together in a quilt.

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  4. Scrumptious Butter Churn, indeed! Yes, the b/w fabrics worked great as the background.

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  5. That turned out ( or is turning out) fantastic!!!

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  6. Nice, nice. I'm so far behind in my RSC blocks but January promises to be good for getting caught up on the sewing.

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