Crumb Hearts was finished up last weekend, a Rainbow Scrap Challenge quilt that I started in 2021 with lots of little bitty scraps.
A few more details can be found in my Tuesday post, here.
That freed up my sewing time for working on this year's RSC blocks in this month's color, orange. I started with a couple of chandelier blocks. These were started last year, too, and I've been adding two more each month for a total of four in each color. I'm not sure I shared last month's purple chandelier blocks, so they're also in the photo.
I think I've made all the blocks I'm going to make for this quilt, and it's time to work on layout ideas. In this picture, the blocks are in columns by color, but I definitely plan to mix them up in the final layout. I'm using a photo from Pinterest for inspiration, and it leads to this post at Mary Quilts. I just noticed she has 32 blocks in her quilt, so maybe I need two more.
I also made the two orange blocks for Masala Box this week. One is in bright, popsicle, orange, and the other is in darker, pumpkin oranges.
And here they all are on the design wall - sixteen so far. Although Preeti's pattern calls for 25 blocks, twenty blocks will make a 48 x 60 throw quilt, so that may be where I'll end up stopping. I love these blocks and the look of the quilt already!
Little bits of progress are really starting to add up!
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