Saturday, January 9, 2016

ScrapHappy Saturday - Blizzard of Blues

I got these two Missouri Puzzle blocks made.  One in dark and one in light.  I did a tutorial a while back while deciding on blocks for the year.  I hope all of you are making good progress on your blue projects. Thanks to those who shared links to block tutorials and patterns last week.  I hope it was plenty of inspiration for those who haven't settled on a block yet.  I know I'm all set for ideas for the next few decades of RSC.
Use the linky below to keep us updated on your progress so far.


26 comments:

Dasha said...

Your stars are so pretty! I have been sewing up the blocks from last year into tops, so not much in blue this week.

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

These are some pretty stars! :)

Kate said...

Those Missouri Puzzle blocks look great.

Ellen said...

The blocks look great Angela. I checked out the tute and it really wouldn't take too many blocks to make a quilt - they are huge!

KaHolly said...

Very pretty! A quilt made with just those 2 would be eye catching!

Quiltdivajulie said...

"the next few decades" -- bwahahahaha - you, and me, too!!!

Cathy said...

I love that block! It looks like the same block I call Goose in the Pond that I've been making out of 30s fabrics (a UFO).

gayle said...

Those blocks are full of wonderful!
I want to make some, too, someday - maybe next year...

beaquilter said...

i linked up twice with two different posts

Jennifer said...

I never got around to doing an official "it's the new year and now I'm super organized, and here's all the lovely things i'll be making" post. but I'm back now, and excited for a new year! and all the new projects that go with it- but I promise that i'll be finishing the quilts I started last year!

Angie said...

I really like that Missouri Puzzle block and have pinned several scrappy quilt versions of it. Trying hard to resist the urge to start more blocks; maybe a mid-year start will work!

Karen said...

I like your star blocks. I love the contrast of the two blocks. These will be a beautiful rainbow quilt.

Edith said...

I just love your Missouri Puzzle blocks, and I agree, I'm sure I have a few decades of ideas!

sewhappyquilting said...

Thanks so much for organizing the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I've been following for a while but decided to jump in for 2016. I'm looking forward to using up some of my fabric! Everyone's blue blocks look so nice, very inspiring!

tubakk said...

Your stars are so pretty. I made some blocks and linked them up just now. Difficult to take pictures with the light we have here now.

Jennie in GA said...

Gorgeous blocks!!! They look like a handwoven coverlet.

Raewyn said...

Your blocks are gorgeous! Hope it's ok that I've linked up with last year's rainbow quilt top - yaay finally together!

Delighted Hands said...

How amazing these blocks look next to each other....! Great choice in fabric.
I have loaded up my RSC15 on the frame!
Collecting colors for this year's challenge.

Magpie Sue said...

Wow, so many links! I didn't even make it all the way around last weekend. Going to have to carve out some serious internet time this week!

Jeanne said...

"next few decades" hahaha!

thecraftyyak said...

What a great block! I have only just finished piecing the RSC15 but am raring to go on this years project

Mystic Quilter said...

What beautiful Missouri Puzzle blocks Rainbow quilt with these will be splendid.

Ivani said...

Great tutorial for the Missouri Puzzle blocks.Thanks
It's difficult to choose which one I like better, the dark or the light. In doubt make the 2. :)

Kristi said...

Fabulous blocks! Love the light and dark contrast! And it's so much fun to see everyone else's projects! Thanks for hosting, I really love coming to your site.

Lisa said...

So many fabulous blue projects happening. I just had to join in this year and look forward to the continued inspiration.

A Nudge said...

What an inspiring group of links. Love your blocks, Angela.