Saturday, June 18, 2016

RSC16 for June

I spent the last few days catching up with my Rainbow Scrap Challenge projects.  I'll just showcase all of them together.  The color was aqua this month,  I have so little of aqua, so I concentrated on light blue with a bit of aqua.

I'll begin with my favorite project ..............  my 'modified' indian hatchet block.  The rows are 14 - 6" blocks long. The design board isn't large enough to show it all, but you get the idea .......



Next up is the scrappy bear paw blocks,..........


with a close-up of June's block..................



and the crayon project .......................




lastly here is my RSC16 Sampler in progress .............................



the EQ mock-up, this may help me visualize row placements.............




4 more colors will complete my sets.  Then it will be time to plan borders and finishes.  Two of these quilts are planned for queen size,  the crayon quilt will be a large child size.  I haven't yet decided about the bear paw, but planning a very special layout.

It's amazing how many quilts keep coming out of those scrap bins!!  I'm linking up with Angela at Soscrappy.

and on Sunday, linking with Cynthia for Oh Scrap.

  Hop on over there to see what everyone else is making from their scrap bins.

A special  "THank You"  to our Fathers this weekend.    Thanks so much for stopping by!

16 comments:

  1. Each month's photos of your Modified Indian Hatchet and Bear Paw blocks make me want to start another RSC project (or TWO!!!) Sigh... MUST. Stay. Strong! FIVE projects is MORE than enough!!

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  2. You have some lovely RSC projects - can't pick a favorite.

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  3. I think your light blues work really well for this month's blocks. They're a nice contrast to the dark blues from January. I always love seeing your bear paws! Such a great block!

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  4. Your RSC projects are simply stellar! I always look forward to seeing your lovely blocks!

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  5. Great progress around here. Love seeing your RSC blocks together.

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  6. Your great progress impresses me, or depresses depending how I view my low production. But I want to say that seeing your lovely blue Twinklers was what decided me to do them, so thanks for the inspiration.

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  7. Your blocks are all so fabulous!

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  8. I really like the Hatchet block. What you're doing with all your scraps is wonderful.

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  9. Your scraps seem extremely happy to be out of the scrap bins and worked into such wonderful blocks. You are doing great and it is way too hard to choose a favorite. Love them all.

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  10. It's wonderful to see all of your progress. I'm in love with your Hatchet block and it appears you have a furry friend who is in love with them too.

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  11. You have lots of pretty rainbow projects. I don't know when you find the time to keep up with them, I hope your scraps are disappearing into these lovely blocks.

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  12. You have really done a great job on all of your projects. It is so exciting to see them progress. Wow, only 4 more colors!

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  13. I love all your RSC blocks. I am excited to see the future blocks in the column quilt. I have been enjoying that one. Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!

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