Saturday, August 12, 2017

More on the pale side of things

Welcome to my Block Parade

I was able to get four more neutral blocks done for my "Gypsy Style" quilt while DH and SIL were out running errands yesterday.  (I wrote about the first batch of blocks here.)  These are all 5".

Puss in the Corner II - 5"
Red Cross II - 5"
Strength in Union - 5"

Zigzag - 5"
All the block names are from 501 Rotary-Cut Quilt Blocks.  


Having everything cut and kitted ahead of time has been a good plan so I think I will continue that way -- maybe spend a day cutting 10 blocks, then work on a couple every day.

Because these are scrappy AND neutral, I'll be linking up with ScrapHappy Saturday.


15 comments:

  1. Those are great in all the neutrals! They will make for a lovely quilt!

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  2. Great idea to make them up ahead of time. Keep up the good work!

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  3. Your neutrals are looking so lovely.

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  4. These are really fun! And with that book, you aren't going to run out of ideas any time soon, are you? Go, you!

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  5. SEW glad to see that you were able to work on your RSC project while helping your SIL. Since she was out running errands with Mr. Hillside, I hope that means she is doing better every day!

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  6. Oh these are great neutral blocks! Love them!!

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  7. Great blocks - and prep is the key to getting them done in the little bits of time here and there.

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  8. It really helps to find a system that works for you doesn't it? Well done, getting those blocks made while the others were running errands!

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  9. Scrappy AND neutral. They look great. Glad that having them ready ahead of time worked. Always nice to make good use of time when it is available.

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  10. Love your neutral color palette. It's going to be a gorgeous quilt.

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  11. Great plan -- cut a bunch and then sew as time permits. I hope you stick with the plan to do all different blocks. The neutrals will be lovely. How big?

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