There are lots of pinks in there, but they are all well sorted and organized. I think that went through it when I made the bin during "safer at home" this summer. I have dug out plenty for strips in all the sizes I need for this year's blocks.
I still have quite a few crumbs to take care of though. I think that they will get trimmed to 4 inches and framed with some white? Maybe I will alternate white and black for a checkerboard? Or maybe I will use cornerstones? Playing with crumbs will be first on my list today.
Yesterday was all about getting new projects for 2021 organized and started. I had quite a few empty bins waiting for projects and they are all sorted for my new projects. I tend to work on a project for each strip size these days, so I continued with that plan. The bins are numbered, labelled and ready to go with the appropriate strip size and partially assembled blocks.
I have tutorials for most of my plans posted as links on the RSC21 page. So after digging a bit deeper into Bonnie Hunter's Garden Party block, I found out that I had misjudged the dimensions a bit. I remembered that it was based on a 1.5 inch base but that there were some slightly wider parts. For some reason I was sure that the corners were wider. Now that I look deeper, my block is not actually the same as Bonnie Hunter's block. Thanks to Cathy for information on the original source of the pattern. I found that the original quilt was in Quiltmaker #163 which was published in the May/June 2015 edition. It is available on the Quilting Daily website as a digital download. Still, rather than remaking the 12 blocks that I have already made, I am going to call mine Garden Trellis rather than Garden Party and just keep moving forward. It is quite similar except that the flower petals are a bit thinner which will result in more negative space between the blocks.
How are your 2021 plans starting to shape up? I will link up at Oh Scrap! and Kathy's Quilts to see what other scrap based and hand sewing projects are underway for the new year.