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Saturday, May 25, 2013

Scrappy Saturday


I'm having so much fun with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.  I love the blocks for the Row Quilt. Wouldn't that make a fun super scrappy quilt? It would make a great leader/ender project, she says as the wheels are spinning in her head....

The Dresden Plate block is such a fun block to work on.  I take time to lay the blades out just right, then when I sew them into pairs, I get then all mixed up when I lay them out again.  Then when I sew them into 4s, you get the picture.  I like each layout so it worked out just fine.

See other blue projects here at SoScrappy.

12 comments:

Julie in GA said...

I love the idea of making a Row quilt with a different set of blocks each month. Your Dresden Plate is beautiful!

Sheila said...

I like row quilts! Especially ones with a different set of blocks for each row.
LOVE your bright blue Dresden plate :D

scraphappy said...

Love your Dresden Plates this month. What a pretty combination of colors. I can definitely see the Jacob's Ladder blocks as a fun scrappy leaders and enders. Too cute!

Valerie the Pumpkin Patch Quilter said...

This is lovely!

Diane said...

luv, luv, luv the blues!!

Karen said...

Very pretty blues. I love the Dresden plate block.

Karen said...

Very pretty blues. I love the Dresden plate block.

Annie said...

Judy, it looks like you've got the blues. But I can see you certainly know how to cheer yourself up with all those blues! Lovin' what I'm seein'!

Quilter Kathy said...

You are doing a great job keeping up each month!

Sarah said...

lovely, lovely blues!

Teresa in Music City said...

Oh your blocks are so fun!!! Isn't it amazing how they seem to work well no matter how we sew them together? I'm impatient to find out what our next color will be :*)

Edith said...

I like the variety of blues in your quilt blocks, fun to look at. I get mixed up just the same way when I lay blocks up and then start sewing, usually the new arrangement is just fine for me, your Dresden Plate looks lovely.