While enjoying Beach Music and birds at the camp last weekend, I discovered a forgotten project. During last year's month of RSC pink, I finished a Lemoyne Star doll quilt made with some well-aged Robyn Pandolph fabrics. That quilt didn't use up all the RP fabrics, so I decided to do the prep work for another doll quilt, this one featuring the Broken Dishes quilt block. The resulting package of pre-cut HSTs got taken to the camp and forgotten. When I discovered it last weekend, I knew it would be the perfect project to wrap up a month of pink scrappy playtime!
I was able to sew all the HSTs together during the week and sew the blocks into rows last night. The scraps were pretty random, so I didn't worry too much about setting the blocks together in any particular order. I found some scraps from my Austen Family Album project for the border and machine quilted everything today. I had just enough the the pink RP fabric for the binding. The final quilt measures 15" x 15". If I can find something to watch on Netflix, maybe I can get the binding stitched down tonight.
I'll also be enjoying everyone's last day of pink playtime over at Angela's Soscrappy blog - go take a look for some scrappy inspiration!