Fabric therapy time has been in short supply the past few weeks. Happily, I was able to rummage through the orange scraps and put together some blocks for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge!
Two orange Sugar Bowl blocks were added to the collection.
I set them together with Sugar Bowl blocks from last year. The plan is to set the blocks in groups of four like this.
I used some scrappy chunks to make more Ring of Stars blocks. I'm definitely planning to gift this quilt to a friend when it's finished, but I might have to make one of these for myself!
Bits of this and that got turned into 4-patch blocks. These go in the Parts Department for now.
One all orange Burgoyne Surrounded block used up a good hunk of scraps.
I wanted to see how all my Burgoyne colors were balancing out, so they all went for a spin on the design wall. I still need some pink blocks, more blue blocks, and maybe another purple. I only need seven more blocks before I can start the assembly process. The final quilt will have sashing and 9-patch cornerstones (already complete).
Now that the Rainbow Scrap projects are wrapped up, I'm ready to focus on my Hospital Sketches BOM. This month's block is a challenge, for sure!
If scrappy quilts are appealing to you, check out the Rainbow Scrap Challenge weekly link-up.