I had to put up my second design wall. It had been down since the last time we had company. With all the scraphappenings on Saturday though, my walls were running out of space. So on wall number 1 are the crumb and cornerstone blocks. They are squared up with my GO to 4.5 and 2.5 inches with simple white strips between.
This is part of wall number 2 is where I have some of the individual blue blocks I have been working on this month. The top block is called Flying Strings, the middle block is Pinwheel Geese and the bottom block is Blocked In from the Quiltmakers 100 block issue. I think it is my favorite blue block so far. I cleverly cropped out the rest of the wall where projects for the next couple of Saturdays are hiding. Just believe me when I say that there are blue projects everywhere.
So after all of the fun with scraps, I decided to shift gears to UFOs. This is number 6 on my list. After much time crawling around and measuring, I got all the bits and pieces put together to form the center of the top. I'll need to go check it out on the bed before I figure out what comes next, but maybe a thin yellow border and a wide border of blue squares. I hope I get to use lots of blue squares, because otherwise I will have made lots of new blue scraps and the month is almost over. I guess scraps never end.