Although the Rainbow Scrap Challenge color of the month is lime green, I've fulfilled the lime green needs in all my scrappy projects. Instead, I'm filling in the palette with varieties of aqua.
I've been piecing together these color-themed 9 patches for over a year. I think there are finally enough blocks for a quilt. I'd like to get them laid out on the design wall so I can start assembling them - but - there's a t-shirt quilt muscling everything else aside right now.
A dear friend asked me to make a t-shirt quilt for her daughter and son-in-law. The shirts are from their college days and courtship. Daughter Chris had very specific instructions on the quilt layout, so I have felt limited in terms of creativity. I spent most of last weekend cutting shirts and adding stabilizer. I still need to create a block from smaller t-shirt designs that didn't make it to the full-block size. There's also a big stack of 5 inch size logos/designs that could be used to add two small, narrow rows on the top and bottom of the quilt. I'm auditioning some fabrics for sashing and once I decide on the right fabric, I can get the quilt assembled and off the design wall.
Whatever the color, I'm looking forward to seeing lots of creativity over at Angela's Soscrappy linky party.