I made these on Monday
Tuesday was busy. I had time to make these and clean up a couple of other colors that were just sitting there in the bin.
Oh, before I forget to tell you. I found a ton of cool FREE patterns here. It's time to start thinking of my 2020 RSC projects!
Then I sewed more things with pink scraps this month and threw the left overs on a pile. Finally I put in a good dvd (Night School with Kevin Hart was really funny). Hunter Killer was good... and made more four pink four patches...
On Wednesday I decided to mix it up a bit and finish Clue #1 of Kevin the Quilter's SSSSQ but with 1.5" squares. Yes, I already completed Clue #2 with the 2.5" squares. I'm an over achiever every once in a while. This is SSSSQ quilt #2 in a different size.
MORE 4-patches on Thursday
And then there was a time for a little sewing on Friday!
The funny thing about working with scraps of a specific color is that when I'm done making my block(s) for the RSC19 is that there are MORE scraps left over. While making something I throw my scraps on my computer desk (which is located directly behind my sewing machine.) I like to cut them into usable pieces while watching a good movie.
I usually keep my scraps as such:
Big pieces (over 5" square) and yardage in totes by color
2.5" strips in art bins (all colors/prints in one; all neutrals in another)
1.5" strips in art bins (all colors/prints in one; all neutrals in another)
strings (in totes by color)
2.5" squares (in one stack-able crate--all colors/prints in one; all neutrals in another)
1.5" squares (in one stack-able crate--all colors/prints in one; all neutrals in another)
I'm linking up with Angela at SoScrappy for the RSC19. Check out all of the creative links today at RSC19.