Monday, 7 April 2014

Playing with Scraps

The name of the game I love best is playing with scraps.  I love it almost as much as buying new fabric LOL!

I recently found a Scrap Challenge 2014 hosted by JudyL at Patchwork Times (link below).  I looked at the blocks presented by Judy and then at all the pretty blocks everyone made and ...  yep! I had to jump on that wagon eventhough I know I will fall off at one point or another during the year but heck... what is life if not challenged? This BOM has begun in January.  Obviously I was behind but it was very easy to catch up.  So, I have made the three blocks presented so far by Judy in the first three months of this year. 

Here is my January's block:


This is February's block:

And March's :


I have absolutely no idea what I will do with these, what it will be (big or small quilt), what colour? straight or on points? I just don't know ... I am strictly following Judy's instructions and I am enjoying every moments.  Period.
I am linking to Patchwork Times so you can see all the beautiful  March' scrappy blocks (and those done in January and February too) and maybe even join us.  There is still time and plenty of places left LOL.

Hope you have a chance (or two) to sew a few stitches today. I will now go and sew the April's block. Yeah! more pure bliss!

Until next time ... SM ;^) LE ... it's scrappy time!

Chantal

3 comments:

  1. These blocks look so good! I love all the scraps you used! And your hexie proejct is gorgeous! Iove it!

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  2. Fun scrappy blocks. Great way to use fabric and try some blocks you might not otherwise stitch. Enjoy!

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  3. I love your scrappy blocks...
    Hugz

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