Saturday, March 25, 2017

Scrappy Saturday

Major progress was made with the red scraps this week. I finished another Mad City Mama block (pattern from Bonnie Hunter's book Adventures with Leaders and Enders). 
Red was a fun colour to play with and I had many prints with little graphics that I could fussy cut. 
As soon as I took the photo, I could see that I forgot one of the light triangle corners. But it was easy to add in, and voila... here are the 8 blocks on the design wall.

WOW that's a lot of scraps!

Only one more block to go. 
What colour should I add?
Brown?
Gold?
Grey?
Lime green?

To see more scrappy red projects, hop over to the Rainbow Scrap Challenge link up.

30 comments:

  1. A black and grey block in the centre could look good or a tan and light brown could also look good in the centre. Or would you consider a rainbow block to go centre stage?

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  2. I like the lime green thought. Beautiful blocks!

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  3. Wow! You must be all out of scraps by now!! LOL 😂. I am partial to lime green for the last block.

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  4. I LOVE these Mad City Mama blocks! Oodles of scrappy goodness!
    I vote for black & grey for the final block (or what about white/cream/beige?)

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  5. These blocks are for sure a scrap buster. They will make an interesting quilt. Very well done Kathy!

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  6. I'm thinking lime greens! Great job.

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  7. Those blocks make me so happy! I vote for lime green.

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  8. I think lime green would be perfect!

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  9. Lime, lime green of course....can't see you doing any other colour!

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  10. I vote for either gold or lime green. Lots of fun scraps in there!

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  11. Such a great scrappy block! Lime green would definitely add some zing!

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  12. Fantastic block choice for an RSC quilt!!

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  13. I would like to see lime green! I notice from reading the other comments that this is a favorite. Take some of the greens from the other green block and build on those. Gold would be okay except you have an orange and a yellow. You have 2 blues and 2 red/pinks and a purple center. The grey and brown and tan would not be right with the other bright colors. Just my opinion:)

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  14. What a wonderful set of blocks...you do have quite interesting projects! I can see either gold or lime green...but I could also see a green-blue block with extra emphasis on the green.

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  15. I am very impressed. Those blocks look fabulous. I would have never thought they could have looked so good. You know how to use your fabrics!

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  16. Those are such amazing blocks, Kathy! I'm with the lime green people! Have fun deciding!

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  17. Oh wow, that looks great... now I wish I had joined in :) xx

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  18. Lime Green!
    Those blocks are great! I love all the color!!!

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  19. I agree that lime green is the next color.

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  20. It's got to be lime green! Great scrap busting project.

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  21. If you have 4 more center squares, then make 4 more blocks, and have a 12 block quilt instead of a 9 block quilt.

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  22. I vote lime green, too!
    You are the scrap quilt queen!!

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  23. Ooh, I love the idea of black/grey in the center.

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  24. I go with the lime green contingent. It would add spark.

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  25. Can't argue with lime green - and it's not even one of my favorite colors! Beautiful blocks, no matter what color you choose!

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  26. Lime green to make it pop.

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  27. Oh, Kathy, I love your rainbow blocks! I agree, lime green would be a great color to add!

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  28. I love the idea of another bright green block with your pretty Big City Mama blocks.

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  29. I will be different and vote chocolate browns

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