Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Midweek Makers #420

Welcome to Midweek Makers!

I'm sharing some other green scrap blocks I stitched up for January RSC 2024. These blocks are made from half square triangles I made after doing a stitch-n-flip technique for another project. So easy to just sew another seam and make an HST. Only problem is, I now have a lot of different sized HST's to use!

Aside from those, the other long block strip is from other leftover parts. Just trying to stitch together anything green for the month! As for the green scrappy long-length thing from last week, the final size is still undetermined. I really should decide!

Being that I'm in a green mood, check out these green pretties that were shared last week:

from Scrapbox Quilts, a green 16 patch flimsy,

from Alycia Quilts, a blue and green lightening streak quilt in progress,

and from Not Afraid of Color, this fun green feathered star block.

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  1. Lost of lovely green blocks and creations!

  2. Since it will be awhile before we see much of anything green here in Colorado, sewing with lots of green sounds good to me! It will be fun to see what you do with all your green pieces. Happy sewing!

  3. Your green blocks are lovely but I feel like the color ought to be red/pink for February -- to me, March is always the "green month" because of St. Patrick's Day shamrocks and the first blades of grass (poking through snow back when I lived in places where that white stuff covered the ground all winter)!

  4. Great use of leftover triangle cut offs. Everyone has some great RSC blocks.


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