I love the look of blue against crisp white, but there was no way I was going to photograph my blue blocks for the RSQ Challenge outside in the snow. It is 10 degrees outside and just started snowing. Colder temperatures are predicted so it's a good day to stay inside and sew.
I have a project in mind that requires 4 patch blocks. This week, I made 14 blue four patches and three in assorted colors.
I added more rows to my zig zag quilt.
Two more blue postage stamp block and two more Happy House blocks.
I did make three 16 patch blocks for the Goodnight Irene Sew along at Terry's Treasures.
I'm linking up at Angela's blog, Sew Scrappy . Make sure you check out all of the other great projects for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge this week. I can't wait to find out what February's color will be.
I am also offering a giveaway in connection with the Grow Your Blog Hop sponsored by the multi-talented Vicki at 2 Bags Full. It's a great way to find new blogs with all types of interests and many of them are offering giveaways.
Your blocks all look great! I love your 16-patch Irene blocks! And at least you have blue skies to go with your snow. Ours are still gray and cloudy!ReplyDelete
You have been busy. I like all your blocks.ReplyDelete
Your zig zag quilt is a nice variation--the chevrons look stacked.ReplyDelete
Fantastic block making! And really love that zig-zag quilt - well it's blue so you have to love it. I think I need to check out this 350 block project as blocks seem to be my speed this year.ReplyDelete
Hi, love your projects!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
it sure is "blue" at your home :0)ReplyDelete
Your zig zag quilt is really growing! How big will it get?ReplyDelete
I love all your blue blocks and quilt ideas for this year. I'm going to enjoy watching your rainbow quilts come together.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous blocks, Katie! I need to get the scrap piecing bug - my scraps are overflowing!!ReplyDelete
I love your blue and house blocks! Inspiring!ReplyDelete