Here are two starts and one finish for you to enjoy. First up the starts.
For the Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2022 I chose Whirl pattern. It's a 9" finished block. I specifically chose a 9" block so that I could use my Accuquilt Go 9" Cube and Go Companion Set Angles. I'm continuing to try to use my Go dies as often as possible this year. Over the last 2 years I've gone a little crazy buying dies (mostly on sale) so I really need to use them. I can't decide whether to make only this block or make several different pinwheel style blocks. What do you think?
If one is good how about 2 and a sew along block?I want to make 3 RSC blocks each month so I would have 30 blocks after 10 months of colors. We'll see if I actually succeed. The top block is the first block in Sherri McConnell's Quilting Life Quilt Block of the Month. You can read all about it, find the fabric requirements and the first block here. My friend Sharon has been doing these yearly sew alongs for awhile. I decided to join her this year. I hope she pushes me to keep up.
Next up is one of my finishes from December.
Hum, for some reason this didn't come out as great as I thought it did. I fell in love with this fabric with little bunnies wearing hats and holding peppermints. Truth be told, I bought it from Thousands of Bolts, Just One Nut probably in 2018 or so. It was on sale for maybe $5.00/yard. I let it simmer in my stash for a while but finally chose a pattern from one of Ursula Reikes books and made it up. It sat for a while until I decided it was time to buy backing fabric and get it finished. I originally planned to give it away but I like it way too much to send it out into the world. It will be donated eventually but I'm enjoying it now.
I hope you will spend some time with these linky parties:
Needle and Thread Thursday
That's it for this Friday evening. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and check out what people are making across the Internet.
Happy Quilting All! Bonnie