Saturday, May 8, 2021

RSC21 -- Red

What a difference a week or two makes.  I'm feeling much, much better.  I felt like sewing again this week.  First I cut a bunch of red 2.5" squares and HST pieces with my Accuquilt GO!  I made the letters D and P in red for the GO! ABCs Throw Quilt Pattern.  You can find the free pattern here.  It's fitting that Angela post this week is called RED LETTER DAY.


I finished the red log cabin blocks for the Stay Centered quilt.  Stay Centered is a design by Sheila Van Der Linden.  I found the free pattern on the APQS website here.


Four rows are now finished of the Stay Centered quilt.  There are only orange and purple rows remaining to be made.


I have a few red plans for May:

1.  I need to make a red Stay Centered row (7 red blocks).
2.  I will continue to make rail fence blocks.
3.  Full Stop blocks.
4.  GO! ABC letters.
5.  Veggie Patch blocks:  (2) radishes, (2) chili peppers, (2) bell peppers, (2) tomatoes
6.  Find my red basket blocks made about 10 years ago for my Table Scraps Challenge with Joy.

That should keep me busy in red.

I'm linking up at Angela's blog, SoScrappy, for the RSC21.

14 comments:

  1. Good for you- sewing the reds and feeling better.

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  2. What a fantastic start with all your red projects! The difference a few days make, all the blues kept me busy past the end of April. Red is a vibrant and happy colour. Hope you find your basket blocks, treasure hunting is great fun.

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  3. So glad to knowyou are feeling well and ready for normal life, Kathy.
    Your stay centered quilt is growing well. Thanks for the link pattern.
    And P and D letter blocks looks pretty good. Happy weekend.

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  4. Those rainbow rows for Stay Centered are so pretty and happy! That will be a fun quilt!

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  5. You have certainly got a lot of red plans; enjoy making them. I need to check out your veggie blocks, they sound interesting. A double red letter day for you today!

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  6. Glad to hear you are on the mend! Yay for the red letters, they look great! Love those log cabin blocks. Stay safe and sew on !

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  7. I keep forgetting that I printed out Stay Centered! I like it so much! It’s coming along! So glad you are feeling better every day! Take care!

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  8. sew glad you are feeling better! your stay centered is looking good...thanks for the link. I think that just landed on my wish list for projects!

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  9. How does it feel to have only two more rows to sew on your Stay Centered quilt? Are you going to be able to hold out for those final colors to be called? SEW happy that you had enough energy for sewing this week, Kathy!

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  10. So pleased you are feeling better, and able to get sewing again. Alphabet quilts are fun to make, yours is coming along well.

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  11. You have made great progress on your list! Glad you are feeling better.

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  12. glad you are better - good red progress

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  13. So glad to hear that you are feeling better, Kathy. Great work on your projects in red. I love reading your to do list. Have a very lovely Mother's Day

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  14. I am so glad you are feeling better and have been able to get back to the sewing machine. You are making good progress on all your projects.

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