Saturday, February 29, 2020

ScrapHappy Saturday - Leap Year



I must admit to feeling done with orange.  The one extra day this month has done me in.  I'm so excited to be starting on teal for March.
Spring break is in a couple of weeks and I'm hoping to make some nice progress on the Snail's Trails.

I managed to finish the Temecula Quilts sampler.  It just needs borders.  I don't have any yardage, but any solid color should work for the border I think.
How was your orange month?  Misterlinky is below, please share your accomplishments.

27 comments:

Deb A said...

Yea - teal.

Julierose said...

Oh great that teal is March's color--a lovely change from oranges...hugs, Julierose

Julierose said...

P.S. I don't see Mr. Linky???

Marly said...

Mr Linky seems to have gone walkabout!

Marly said...

Not quite true; I see a links subheading, but clicking reveals something strange.

I like your teal snails.

Quilter Kathy said...

I'm done with orange too!
I love your sampler quilt!

Sarah said...

Your temecula sampler quilt is lovely!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I should be able to find enough in Teal - such a pretty color

Linda said...

The Temecula sampler is just spectacular!
I'm also done with orange and looking forward to reducing my teal scraps.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Yes, definitely on the teal! And I love your Temecula sampler, too - lots of interesting blocks!

Lori said...

I love teal, but I loved orange and green too. Go Teal!! Your sampler is beautiful!

Frédérique said...

Enjoy stitching your teal blocks very soon ;))

Mari said...

Oooh, teal. I can get behind that! I always love your landscape pictures. Looks like you live in a beautiful place.

Teresa said...

Love the Snails Trail and Temecula quilt....way to go!

tubakk said...

Your Snail Trail quilt is great already. Teal, I don't know if I have much of those scraps. But I'll check it out soon.

Cathy said...

Oh, I love your Snail’s Trail! Perfect colors for the beach. How big is your Temecula sampler?

Janice said...

My Linky isn't letting me add my photo this week. I'm not sure why. I'm looking forward to teal.

Marianne said...

Thank you for keeping me on track through the year. I love the color choices so far for 2020!

Jenny said...

Real is a pretty co.our for March. I'm still away on holiday, will be a little late joining in this month, so will have to get organized when we return home. I always love reading about what you and others have done each week, and hope to take part again soon. Many thanks for hosting this fun challenge.

quiltingbydawn said...

That snail's tails in teal is amazing! ❤️❤️❤️ Lookinig forward to working with teal!

Janis said...

Lots of lovely orange projects this month. I’m enjoying seeing what others are doing with their scraps.

Birthe Marie said...

The Temecula Quilt's sampler quilt is gorgeous! Well done!

The Joyful Quilter said...

As much as I love ORANGE, Angela... I am SEW happy that the Color of the Month for March is TEAL!!!

Maria said...

Teal ! Great now to check out my stash....

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Janice Holton said...

Man, you are quick to get your teal blocks made! I am unable to add my link again this week. It keeps giving me this message in red letters "Missing op" whatever that means?

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