I love the color green - especially at this time of year, when Colorado is finally greening up. Beautiful spring green grass and leaves on trees and plants are so refreshing to me! Back in 2014, when I first started following Cynthia's Scrap-a-Palooza series, I made this quilt from a bunch of the green scraps I had at that time.
Some of my favorite green scraps were used up in this one.
I had sewn a few 16 patch blocks earlier in the year, so they can be added in to that pile!
And then I remembered that back in February, I won a giveaway from Linda at A Maidenhair Fern. The prize was two mini charm packs of Morningside Farm by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman.
I realized that there were most likely some green pieces mixed in there, so I got one out and, sure enough, there were! So I decided to see if a person with a big, bulky splint and bandage on her left wrist and hand could sew something... anything! Desperate times, friends, call for desperate measures!
And, the answer is Yes! As long as you have precut squares and a 1/4 inch foot, it works! Hooray! So, there is hope. Tomorrow (Friday), I'll see the doc again, and should be getting a cast on my wrist. I am so hoping that it is lighter weight, and less bulky. Maybe soon, there'll be more sewing!
I'll be linking up with all the other Rainbow Scrap Challenged on Saturday morning for some more green inspiration!