It was time to get some color back into my home, too, so this week I finished up a February table runner I had been working on.
It's made from the scraps of a fat quarter bundle of Gleeful from Art Gallery Fabrics that I got back in 2014. I really like the mixture of pink, blue, and yellow that are included in these fabrics, especially the solid yellow that I used for the binding. It's like a little bit of sunshine peeking through! The center heart block is made from this tutorial by Diary of a Quilter.
I thought I was done making blue blocks for the January Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2016 until I was poking around quilting blogs earlier this week, and came across this quilt at Em's Scrapbag. It's called Free Four All, and is made up of many different sizes of four patch blocks. So, what did I do? Looked in my collection of 2 1/2 inch blocks, pulled out the blues and low volumes, and started stitching! So far, here is what I have:
I think this will be one of those projects that evolves over a very long time! Can't wait to add more colors to this collection!
I'll be linking up with Scrap Happy Saturday at SoScrappy and Oh Scrap! at Quilting is More Fun than Housework. Join me there this weekend for lots of scrappy inspiration!