Friday, August 9, 2013

2013 RSC August, Red, Week 2

After another week of playing with red scraps, I'll add four 8.5" blocks, some 5" tumblers, some 2.5" squares and a red knitted dishcloth to my collections.
I've quilted my Easy Street quilt this week and now I'm working on the binding. Hopefully I'll have a picture to post soon.
To see what others made with their red scraps this week, go here Saturday morning.

16 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Yeah red! Everything looks lovely.

Linda at Roscoe's Ma said...

I am not a red lover, but I LOVE these blocks! Very nice!

Karen said...

You have great red fabrics. I really like the string block.

Muddling Through said...

They are all pretty. I like your planting quilt seeds all year to get a quilt harvest later. :) LOVE the red dishcloth!

Ellen said...

Fantastic scrappy bits of fabric - you have a great selection.

Julierose said...

Really pretty red blocks--quite a collection...I really like that spool and the diagonal square a lot...hugs, Julierose

katie z. said...

Good work!

Terri said...

A String! and it's in red!!! Love the Heart, and Star and, well, lets just say it, I love them all.
Hugs

Julie in GA said...

Great looking red blocks. I love the string block best of all.

Sarah said...

Such a nice collection of red fabrics. Love this scrap challenge!

Cathy Tomm said...

Wow great lively blocks. Love some of the red prints.

scraphappy said...

Fabulous red collection. You must have every color available in the cotton dishcloth yarn.

Cathy said...

Smiling again at your mixture of blocks and cutouts. When are you going to start sewing those tumblers together?????

Deb A said...

Yikes.... I can't believe you have ES almost done! I really need to dig and add the borders to the top. Love your red heart and star.

pinsandneedles said...

Great red blocks! I'm impressed that you quilted your Easy Street...mine is waiting to be sandwiched. Looking forward to seeing yours.

Kathy said...

LOVE RED!!! Everything looks so good. You have a knack for putting pretties together.

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