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samedi 6 mars 2021

FNwF's and RSC 2021

 Well, what happened to Friday I have no idea, but all I have to show for my Friday Night with Friends are these coffin hexagons that I cut out for the next stage of Wings and Pretty Things.


  These are for a border and I have cut way more than I need but there is also an outer border of these so they will all be used. Lots of basting to do this week which will be a nice antidote to quilting my tablecloth which has begun. No exciting photographs yet though.

Thank you to Cheryll for hosting our Friday night get together - I have already seen some lovely work from Friday night.

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The new Rainbow Scrap Challenge colour for March is green and so I pulled out all the green scraps from my box earlier this week - sadly I forgot to take a photograph! However, I now have two little flowers for my quilt, some ScrapTherapy squares and six and a half crumb squares to add to my collection which nicely cleared up all my green scraps.


I have to say that most of my greens are pretty dull! Not my favourite colour.

Linking up with Angela at  Scrap Happy Saturday where you can see much more interesting greens than mine!

Have a good week everyone.

22 commentaires:

Maggie a dit…

Interesting coffin blocks. Saw a quilt made with them a few years back and it was amazing.

The Joyful Quilter a dit…

Nice work getting all of your GREEN blocks made for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge, Lin!!

scraphappy a dit…

Hopefully clearing out the dull greens will make room for some that are more cheery. Your flower blocks are looking great too.

Cheryll a dit…

ANY progress is a GOOD thing so be happy with the "coffins"...
Good start on your GREEN scraps too.
Thanks for visiting FNwF too...xox

Pamela a dit…

Such pretty little pieces!

Jenny a dit…

Coffin hexagons? Never heard that name before. Mind you, I've never stitched a hexie either, so its not surprising.

kiwikid a dit…

Well done on the cutting, sometimes the prep can take a long time. Your green blocks look great.

Ondrea a dit…

Coffin? Lol I have never heard elongated hexies called that. It conjurs up all sorts of things in my mind lol. Your greens look lovely. You have achieved a lot.

Julie a dit…

Some very pretty epp you are working on Lin - some interesting shapes too!!

Maria a dit…

I do like the rounded hexies for the green RSC ..
Sweet fabrics hexies ready to play with.

Kim a dit…

Loving those pretty fabrics and flowers. Sweet hexies, too.

Susan a dit…

I think you have a lovely collection of green blocks - funny how we have favourite colours and not so favourite ones....I have hardly any red yellow & orange in my stash!

Rachel a dit…

It's all progress, even if it isn't all equally photogenic progress!

Rosa a dit…

Beautiful hexies.

Sheila a dit…

Your hexies are such beautiful soft colours. Great use of the green scraps too .

Fiona a dit…

good use of thsoe green scraps... and a good start on those long hexagons.... I moaned all the way through them!!

Hugz

Helen a dit…

So many pretty pieces, beautiful hexies

Radka a dit…

I agree about the greens, although I am finding them very useful for leaves at the moment :-) - not much else.
I missed FNwF this month, no idea where the days go!
xx

Raewyn a dit…

Looks like you made some nice progress on Friday night Lin. I haven't started any of the EPP parts for Wings and Pretty things yet - I do like the fabrics you are using. Nice little green blocks :-)

Vicki a dit…

Nice blocks made with the green fabrics. I always find cutting fabric takes more time than i think it will.

dq a dit…

Pretty petals make pretty flowers. Lovely!

Sheryl a dit…

You always choose such pretty fabrics and combinations.