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Friday, March 3, 2017

March: The Red Month

As you know I jumped the gun and sewed ahead.  The five red geese are finished for March, and I made one red butterfly and a red leaf, too.





Next pictures are of the star blocks for the H2H charity quilt made with the "found" bundle of 5" squares that I made years ago for another Jazzy Snowball Quilt like the one I donated in 2013 (seen below).



The last two aren't pressed yet.  I've got another 2 in the works, and that will be the main focus of sewing here until that quilt is done.

Thanks for stopping. Go over to the Rainbow Scrap Challenge on Saturday and see what others have made red.

Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
Terri

12 comments:

  1. Those stars are great, and, of course I love the red!!!!

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  2. Very nice red blocks, and I remember that snowball one--I love it still...hugs, Julierose

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  3. Oh, those stars are delicious! It really makes me want to go out and buy some Kaffe fabrics to play with!! Thanks for dropping by my blog, Terri. It's good to have you along on our Rainbow Scrap Challenge this year. I can tell you love color too!!

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  4. AWESOME scraps in those Star blocks!! Here's hoping that you have MORE red scraps for RSC sewing during the month of March.

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  5. So many pretty scrap projects, Beautiful use of scraps!

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  6. My geese were flying backwards. I really like the leaf block.

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  7. All those geese must surely be planning to migrate soon. Fun paper piecing projects. The scrappy stars blocks look so bright and colourful.

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  8. Love your jazzy snowball. And those psychedelic butterflies are pretty sweet too.

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  9. You made a good start on your red. I love the scrappy star block.

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  10. I really love your stars. Yet another project I'd love to start, but can't because I have too many things going and nothing near finished!!

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  11. I'm impressed that you chose the correct color when you decided to work ahead!! And I love your butterfly!!!

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  12. Such pretty red blocks. The RSC is so much fun. Your quilts are beautiful. I also love quilting for Hands2Help :)

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