Saturday, March 18, 2017

Pat Sloan Winter Solstice Challenge & RSC17

This week I played with more red scraps like the others in the RSC17.  You can find out what the RSC group is doing on Angela's blog, SoScrappy at Scrap Happy Saturday.  I made some plus blocks:
 
I got a HUGE head start on hunting, gathering, cutting, and sewing strips together for my NEW project.  Yes, I said it.  I'm finally starting a new project.  It's Bonnie Hunter's Garden Party pattern from her newest book, Addicted to Scraps.
 

I completed block #13of 25 of Pat Sloan's Solstice Challenge this week.  It is called Studio Time.  I'm linking here.  Whohoo.  This means we're half way through the solstice!  I found a fun red print too!
 

I'm caught up on the Pat Sloan Winter Solstice Challenge.  Here is block #11 of 25.  It is called Jacob's Ladder.  It measures 18.5" square (18" finished in the quilt.)

 
SoScrappy

12 comments:

  1. Great reds - enjoy the beginning of a new project!

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  2. What fun blocks! I really like that Solstice Challenge block. Simple but cute. You apparently have the same (Rowenta) iron that I do. Do you hate the behemoth as much as I do?

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  3. Lots of red goodness! I think BH's Garden Party was published in a magazine too...I think I have it bookmarked in "the pile".

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  4. Great red blocks Kathy! I am playing with my scraps and also making Garden Party blocks. Happy Worldwide Quilting Day!

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  5. Beautiful reds and some fun blocks.

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  6. Have fun with your NEW project and nice job on RED for the RSC, too!!

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  7. They look terrific and I like the fabrics you have used.

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  8. Oh, enjoy garden party! It's a ton of fun to sew!
    I love all your pretty red projects!

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  9. Lots of beautiful red blocks this week. Looking forward to seeing all your Garden Party blocks, Bonnie Hunter quilts are always lots of fun.

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  10. Great red blocks. Love the Garden Party quilt so looking forward to seeing your's.

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  11. How I love Garden Party! I'm making a smaller version this year, but I may need to revisit in the original size!

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