I used my pink sewing time this week to pull out a UFO and move it forward. I started making these Bright Hopes blocks in 2019, and then stored them away in a project box and barely touched them in 2020. It was time to use them for something!
These are made using scraps of low volume prints with a white background, plus pink and aqua. They make a sweet combination! I had previously made 48 of these 6.5 inch blocks, and decided that if I made one more, there would be 49 for a 7 x 7 layout.
This was an easy group of blocks to use the webbing technique on for sewing the blocks and then rows together, so I took one afternoon to do that.
I spy a penguin in pink!
It didn't take long to have the quilt top completely sewn together.
This measures 42 inches square, which is the size that Little Lambs of Utah are looking for in this year's Hands2Help quilt drive, so I'll finish it up for a donation to that group.
And in other scrappy pink sewing this month, I finished up a placemat, quilted the Rainbow Zigzags, hand-pieced two scrappy trips blocks, got started on the Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2021 Sampler with some hashtag blocks, and made some Easy Breezy and Wonky Star blocks in pink.