Saturday, July 28, 2012

Scraphappy Saturday - Last Blue Day

Just four more days in July.  How many more blue scraps can you use up before the month is done?  My blue scrap bin is like the clown car of containers.  I just keep pulling out partially finished bit/s that could turn into something.  These crumb blocks already have a lattice strip sewn to one side, and I'm pretty sure I will find some cornerstones if I just dig a little deeper.  What are your plans for today?  Is anyone going to play with some blue scraps while watching Olympic swimming? Use the linky below to share your last hurrah of blue. 


15 comments:

Angie said...

First, off to a couple of estate sales with DH. Sewing & Olympics later - maybe try my hand at some blue crumb blocks.

Elly D said...

Love your little blue crumb blocks! I just made it in the nick of time. Finished the D4Ps in blue this morning :) I still have another blue project which I should work on... decisions decisions.. LOL..
Enjoy the Olympics.. I think I'll sew or work on EQ.

Kate said...

Very pretty crumb blocks. You've been really busy to get so much done.

Sarah said...

Looking forward to August now - I wonder what colour it will be?

Jeanne said...

My thumbnail was too large and now it won't let me enter the smaller pic.

Jeanne said...

Okay. Now it's there. :-)

Sheila said...

Love your blue scrappy quilt!
I have enjoyed July's Blue Rainbow Challenge :D

Deb A said...

I've had fun with blue this month. Thank goodness I have a few more days left to sew with it. I wonder what color we get for August?

Ellen said...

Your blue crumb blocks look great - I am pretty sure you will find something for cornerstones. That is one of the magical qualities of crumb and string bins - you will always find something you can use!

Kate North said...

OK, I know it's not Saturday, but I have done a few blue things, so it still counts, right?

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