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RSC18 April

So Scrappy announced the Rainbow Scrap colors of the month as yellow and gold.

I am having fun participating in the Squared Away Sampler project. Here are my three 5″ unfinished blocks:

RSC18 April

And all of my blocks so far:

RSC18 April

I will be linking up with So Scrappy; see how others have gone yellow and gold this month!

If you would like to participate in the RSC18 Squared Away Sampler project, click on the link to read all about it.  You can also visit The Academic Quilter for great tutorials on making the blocks.  No need to make the 5″ block size that I am making.  Perhaps you want to make a 20″ block or something in between! 

Learn about a variety of blocks, use those scraps and have fun!

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RSC18 March

The Rainbow Scrap colors of the month are bright and light green.

Here are my three 5″ unfinished blocks:

RSC18 March

And all of my blocks so far:

RSC18

I will be linking up with So Scrappy; see how others have gone green this month!

If you would like to participate in the RSC18 Squared Away Sampler project, click on the link to read all about it.

RSC18 February

I am participating in the RSC18 Squared Away Sampler project.

The Rainbow Scrap colors of the month are purple and lavender.

Here are my three 5″ unfinished blocks (not squared up, but will be shortly):

RSC18 February

 

RSC18 January

In yesterday’s blog post, I shared that I was participating in the RSC18 Squared Away Sampler project.

Today, I am sharing that my three January blocks are now sewn.

RSC18 January

I am linking up with So Scrappy.  Click on over there and enjoy seeing what the other RSC participants are stitching!

RSC18 and ORL

When I saw the Squared Away Sampler project for  RSC18 at So Scrappy, I knew that I wanted to participate.

The rainbow scrap color for January is light to medium blue.  I am using my 1-1/2″ fabric strips to create my sampler block.  I am making three 5″ blocks.

Here they are, laid out and ready to sew:

RSC18 January

What’s that under the sampler blocks?

Oh yeah…it is Bonnie Hunter’s ORL (On Ringo Lake) mystery.  I have been working on it slow and steady.

On Ringo Lake

Clues 1 to 6 are finished.  I am loving this project!

Bonnie Hunter On Ringo Lake Mystery

Just for the fun of it…just for the distraction from the hustle and bustle of the season, I am following Bonnie Hunter’s On Ringo Lake mystery.

I am not keeping up, but I am keeping my pace, and it is good.

Clues 1 and 2 are finished.

On Ringo Lake

Clue 3 is in progress.

On Ringo Lake

Bonnie is very generous, much appreciated, and well loved by so many in the quilt world!

Check out the link up at Quiltville.  It is so much fun to be sewing with so many quilters and to be inspired by all the progress and color variations!

Bonnie Hunter On Ringo Lake Mystery

I am loving Bonnie Hunter’s On Ringo Lake mystery!  

This is going to be fun !

I know that I will fall behind, but so long as I print out Bonnie’s clues, I’ll be able to create this quilt.

I’ve been auditioning fabrics.  I am using up scraps, too, but didn’t take a picture of them.

On Ringo Lake

The nine patches from Clue #1 are done!

On Ringo Lake

I’m off to a great beginning!

Thank you, Bonnie!

I am linking up with lots of other Bonnie fans at Quiltville!