There were new blocks posted this week for the Rainbow Scrap Sampler, designed to use brown and black scraps - this month's RSC colors.
Angela called this the Sickle block. I think I should call mine "Truffle".
The Chevron block used a novel construction method. I enjoyed learning something new, but if I were making a Chevron quilt I think I'd use half-square triangles.
This string block came out a little lop-sided, but I think I'll leave it that way and call it a Design Feature! It was fun digging up enough black-background strings for this.
We have been having amazing fall weather here in South Louisiana. Dear Husband and I were inspired to take a little road trip today for some antiquing and other hunter-gatherer activities.
I made some vintage fabric finds, including hankies, a dishtowel and some awesome orange buttons. Of course I couldn't resist the cobalt blue compote dish with a fish stem!
And though not vintage fabric-related, but I loved the color play in this collection of jadite and milkglass!
Now I think it's time for some tea and a trip through all the other Rainbow Scrappiness over at Angela's SoScrappy blog.