There is no new official color for December. You are welcome to make one up if you need 12 colors for your quilt. Might I suggest aqua, which sadly did not get a turn this year? Or the dark and light neutrals? How about peach, violet or sage? I you do not need a 12th color though, now is the time to start finishing things up. Go back for any colors you might have missed along the way. Take stock of your block pile and figure out if you have enough to put a quilt together. If not, can you make up the difference, or do some projects need to carry over to the new year? For me, December will be all about quilting. Cherry Blossoms is draped over the frame.
The dining room table is three deep. Sawtooth Stars got teardrops appliquéd down over Thanksgiving. Well, except for that one silly brown piece that fell off on the trip. Underneath is Hawaii Sunset which has a back already made and another sampler quilt which does not. That should all keep me busy for a while.
How are your blocks in progress looking with just three ScrapHappy Saturdays left in the year?
Misterlinky is below, please share your progress with us all. Don't forget to visit others and encourage them as they begin to finish what they started.
I think I am almost caught up with my sewing room have-to's so I can put the borders on my RSC15. I don't see the quilting getting done until next month, though!
I love you 'pile' of quilting!
Wow, that's a lot of quilting to get done! Good luck! Looking forward to seeing them.
I passed all my RSC blocks on to Sarah's group to finish off for their great 'gifting' quilts. I look forward to next years row quilt.
Three quilts waiting to quilt! I thought I was snowed under with only two on the pile! Next up is my Sawtooth Stars, but goodness knows when I'll be finished with the row by row QAYG. I'm sure yours will be done first, Angela. Enjoy the process.
Your quilts are beautiful. Especially Cherry Blossoms! That quilt pattern is on my short list of quilts to sew.
I really like your Cherry Blossoms quilt and look forward to seeing how you quilt it. Thanks for all the work you put into the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.
Your rainbow quilts are beautiful.
These truly are Rainbow quilts - have you thought how you're going to quilt them?
I think you'll be busy with these three lovely projects to quilt, looking forward to seeing the end results. I'm going to try and finish up a Rainbow project by the end of the month.
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