Technically, this tablerunner is my entry into the January Table Scraps Challenge, but...
I couldn't stop there!
Snow Goose is constructed with rectangles and squares, but leaves you with lots of cut off triangles, so in a Drop Everything and Make It moment, last weekend I made a little mini quilt out of them. 16 HSTs that finish at one inch make something that fits in the palm of your hand! (Check out Sandra's DReAMi post at the link.)
Perfect for that morning mug of hot coffee!
Joy added an extra challenge this year of letters that we might use to inspire or describe our challenge entry. For January, they are C, R, and/or J. How did I use those letters? This is a Just because I Can pRoject! 😊
Meanwhile the design wall is full of blue, too - I made 12 Blueberry Taffy blocks this month in lots of shades of blue. Also some tiny hand-pieced bowties and four split 9s - some in darker blues, some in brighter.
And one more start in blue and white - the center of my Stay at Home Round Robin, plus the first border. The first border prompt, from Roseanne at Home Sewn By Us, is to make spool blocks. I decided to make one large spool of my favorite thread in variegated blue!
This now measures about 15.5 inches square.
I'm ready for the next border, coming up Monday!
I've had lots of fun with blue this month, but I'm ready for a new color! Linking up with
The Joyful Quilter's January Table Scraps Challenge
Soscrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday and
Quilting is more fun than Housework for Oh Scrap!