Judy Rothermel's Aunt Grace Centennial Solids was the original inspiration for this piece but got carried away with the colors. Replaced her periwinkle with my turquoise and wanted to do something in blue the day I started this quilt. You know what that's like! Hope you like my little mini. (31" square).
Also, I've had more fun recently with this WIP I just call "grab a scrap." I started with 2.5" squares and just grab anything and go around it log cabin style. It's done in 15 min.!! Then I decided to put a row of white around each block and finish it off with another row of different colored prints for a true scrappy feel. In the first picture, I just laid out 6 blocks together before they get the row of white on and I really like they way they look and think it would be better done this way. I just may split this into 2 different scrap quilts as it goes really fast and the scraps keep multiplying!! lol. Will post a final pic when finished! :-D
Next the blocks get a row of white and look like the foreground pics. Back row shows the final block.
My original inspiration piece
Grab-A-Scrap WIP (do you see the pink teddy bear with blue bandana (bottom ctr,.)?
All laid out for now . . . . .
Pinwheel No. 2
there's a heart of love in this one!