Saturday, March 16, 2013

2013 Rainbow Scrap Challenge, March Orange Week 3



It's been a slow week. I made two 8.5" blocks and a crumb pot holder. Another knitted dishcloth found its way into the picture. Loved the yarn I used, a variegated lime green cotton yarn. I knitted two dishcloths this week but gave the other away. It was made using a pale blue, white, yellow and green variegated cotton yarn. Knitting is addictive. I like to knit.
To see what others made with their orange scraps, go here.

15 comments:

sara said...

Very nice the orange blocks!!

Terri said...

Love your blocks - especially the pot holder. Niiice.
I love knitting, too. It's so relaxing. Coming up soon a scarf for Rachael (Granddaughter). She requested one like mine, so I have to go hunting for the yarn. I hope they still sell that color.
Hugs

KatieQ said...

Great orange blocks, I love the diagonal stripe.

Cathy said...

That cute pot holder ought to cheer up a kitchen!

Angie said...

You're right about knitting being addictive! I completely ignored quilting for about two years when I was first bitten by the knitting bug.

Edith said...

Very, very nice and so bright.

Muddling Through said...

Your oranges look wonderful! I don't knit, but I do crochet, especially little dishrags - nice portable project.

Ellen said...

Cute blocks! I also like to knit/crochet dishcloths. They make terrific little gifts.

Linda at Roscoe's Ma said...

Oh, that pot holder is SO CUTE!

Faye said...

These are lovely and bright. So nice to see these bright colours when it's so grey and dark in England this afternoon!

Quilter Kathy said...

Another fun week with the scraps at Sheila's place!

Elly D said...

Love your orange blocks for this week too, Sheila :) and your scrummy hot pot... I mean crumb pot holder. A very pretty dishcloth too :)

Sarah said...

Orange is such a bright and up lifting colour. It's such a dull, wet, dreary day here! Good knitting too.

Sandra-Kay said...

Lots of fun orange blocks in your last few posts, love the basket block.

Cyn said...

You really have some nice ideas to use your RSC scraps. Love your blocks!

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