This week my Stay at Home Round Robin project has been taking up a lot of my creative thinking space, but along the way some bits of green have come out to play.
Green crumb blocks hiding underneath the round robin,
which has a little green in it, too!
I made a couple chandelier bead blocks, one in dark green, one in bright.
Also got a start on the bracket blocks for Full Stop, the Rainbow Scrap Challenge sampler for 2021. Thank you, Angela, for sharing these tutorials each month!
I've also been mulling over what kind of design I could use for my Table Scraps placemat this month, and pulled out these jelly roll strips in shades of green. These are part of a jelly roll that I won in a giveaway a few years ago, and I've been struggling to find inspiration for using them in a quilt. The other main color is purple/lavendar, plus there is (sparkly) gold in them. Just not my colors! But I might be able to make a fun placemat (probably more than one!) out of these.
Pulling all the green out has me thinking about how I'd really like to finish up the Rainbow Jungle, my RSC2020 project. It just needs a backing and to be quilted. There's another finish in the quilting queue ahead of this one, though! Maybe I'll get to it!
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