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I’d completely forgotten about a fresh colour coming into play in the Rainbow Scrap Challenge as the date ticked over from June into July. Earlier in the year we were prompted to use light and bright blues, now it’s the turn of the darker blues to take centre stage. I think I should be able to find some blue scraps …. 😀
Despite working on three scrap-busting projects at once my colour sorted scrap bins continue to overflow! My stash boxes (I define stash as any piece of fabric equivalent to or larger than a quarter metre) are definitely looking
Welcome to Saturday Quilting Bring & Share 🙂 I hope you have had a good week and can enjoy some time being creative this weekend. Bring along your project(s), relax and enjoy some of the inspiration being shared by other members of our Worldwide Quilting Community. Do leave your thoughts and links in the comments box at the end of this page.
I have been steadily working away designing and making Bargello blocks using a Jelly Roll of rainbow fabrics designed by Jen Kingwell. See my Instagram feed, @allisonreid.neweverymorning, for the updates I’ve been posting through the week.
I made four strip sets by dividing the Jelly Roll into identical groups of ten strips (see this post for the method I used). The first strip set made a block measuring 22″ wide by 20″ long. I like the block (top left in the photo below) but the construction was too fiddly with the narrowest segments finishing just ½” wide. I went back to the graph paper and modified my design so no strips were cut narrower than 1½”, finishing 1″ wide. The revised design yielded a block measuring 28″ x 20″ (top right).
Today I made a second block (bottom right) using the revised design. And now I have a dilemma… I have one more strip set to make into Bargello block. Should I bite the bullet, go back to the first fiddly-twiddly design, make a block identical to the first and then join all four together? Or should I make a third block using the revised design and stitch the three together, keeping the smaller, original block as a wall hanging or table topper? Humm?
Enough of my dilemmas, here are some links into the inspiring Worldwide Quilting Community:
Christina Cameli has found herself editing her latest video class. All set up to record the class at home with Bluprint giving long distance support Christina found herself caught up in the ‘bitter lemon’ of Bluprint’s demise. Once over the shock she decided lemonade could be made from this situation and, aided by her daughter, Christina has filmed and edited the class 🙂
Welcome to Saturday Quilting Bring & Share 🙂 Bring along your project(s), relax and share in the goodness and inspiration provided by our Worldwide Quilting Community. Do join in by leaving your thoughts and links in the comments box below. Thank you!
Wahoo! It’s a finish! ‘Black Coffee in Bed’, a long time resident of the UFO Cupboard of Shame, has been released from the darkness and stitched to a finish…
Welcome to Saturday Quilting Bring and Share 🙂 Bring along your project(s) for a virtual sewing day and enjoy some of the news and inspiration being shared via the Worldwide Quilting Community. As always your views and shares are always welcome – please do use the comments box at the bottom of the page to keep the conversations flowing. Thank you!
I keep teasing you in my blog posts with mention of two secret sewing projects in progress. Well! At the start of the week I added a third project to the ‘Top Secret’ file. Thankfully the latest project has already been gifted and can be shared.