PINK is such a happy color!
Does everyone feel like a little girl again
while playing in pink scraps? I certainly do!
Here is what I made today, the last PINK Saturday for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge...
These are my first paper-pieced sections for the Lone Starburst quilt that I decided to make with my rainbow of scraps this year. The design is by Anna at Six White Horses and my quilt inspiration came from this quilt by Curly Boy, Sandy Greenburg, on Flickr .....
|Lone Starburst quilt by Curly Boy, Sandy Greenburg - see more HERE|
I didn't realize until I started pulling the fabrics to cut for these blocks that Curly Boy used a gray text print as the second background - and Wow do I love that!!! I also really love that I just happened to have a wonderful gray text fabric IN MY STASH!! Whoot! Whoot!!!
This is why I love to Stash Enhance my friends :*D
Don't you love these quilty words in the white/gray? Yum!!!
I am making 8 sections out of each color every month so I'll have a lot of color movement in the final quilt. Since my pink scraps were so limited, I made two sections each from 4 fabrics.
Hopefully I'll be able to use 8 individual fabrics for most of the other colors.
What have you been doing that's fun and exciting this Saturday? If you worked on pink scraps, go on over to SoScrappy and share your work on the Rainbow Scrap Challenge linky party!
Or you can just check out what others have shared :*)
Hugs & Blessings!