The latest color for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge is teal. I'm going to put a broad interpretation on that color, so I can share aqua and turquoise houses, too.
To get myself warmed up, I started the week making leader-ender spools.
Pulling together a happy, scrappy house wasn't too difficult. The fabric I used for the roof has been hanging around in my stash for at least 15 years. I hope I can use it all up this month!
The teal house for this week is rather modern for New Orleans. I spotted this house as I was on my way home from Mes Amis Quilt Shop. The landscaping around the house blocked getting a full-on front view, so I snapped this side view which really showed off the wonderful paint color. The house was probably substantially re-built after Hurricane Katrina, as this neighborhood had extensive flooding.
I had the pleasure of spending most of my day in the sewing room, so I'm late in checking out all the other teal scrappy quilting that's been happening today. I'm going to toddle over to SoScrappy's blog and check things out before I lay my sleepy head on the pillow.