I found here. Those get ironed on to scraps as I find them and rough cut until evening TV time. It's pretty easy to trim them out with a quarter inch seam allowance. I turn the edges under using the technique that I found here. Next time I'm at the ironing board, it doesn't take long to glue baste them to 5 inch squares all ready to go into the busy bag. I'll start on the blue block for January and then pull out whatever stack matches the rainbow scrap challenge color of the month. We have a car trip coming up, so these blocks in a bag should come in very handy.
How many projects started now. It's not even 2015 yet.... Hahahaa
They are pretty quilts...it's been fun to see Kathy's growing :)
Oh, I agree, I want to start one of those quilts also. Someday.
I'm with you!! I think I'll set some up for my next "to go" project.
An orange peel is on my list ... maybe sooner than originally planned.
I love the look of the orange peels when all sewn together--this will be lovely..happy slow stitching...I am still on my hexagons...puzzling it out...hugs, Juolierose
So nice to have a portable project ready to go!
They do look really good in a quilt and they look fun and satisfying to make. Maybe....
The Orange Peel quilts I've seen are definitely appealing (sorry couldn't resist). Looking forward to seeing yours come together.
Blue? Light, dark, bright?
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