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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Rainbow Scrap Challenge - Reds!

My sewing schedule has been all over the place of course this summer!  

I haven't been able to really play in my REDS yet this month, which is a shame because I love RED! - hopefully next week I'll get to start on RED Hootie.  But I can share my RED Soul Searching block with you today because I actually made it several months ago when I had to wash my REDS for another project.

So - Ta-Da!!!


(Did you know that "Ta-Da" means "There it is" in French?  I didn't either until Sara told me.  
She's taking French in school, a language I always wanted to learn - 
but it wasn't offered in my high school back in the Stone Ages LOL!)

Maybe you can see some of these wonderful RED fabrics better in this close-up?


I love this block!!!  It's huge, so you get quick rewards for your work!  The quilt is almost ready to put together - just the ORANGE block now to be done!

Share your RED creations with us over at SoScrappy today!

Soscrppy

Hugs & Blessings!
Teresa
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22 comments:

  1. Hehe...trying to get orange for September are you? It would help with those halloween orange projects =). Great block. Looking forward to Hootie in red.

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  2. What a fantastic collection of reds (and black and whites). I especially like the Phillip Jacob's poppy fabric playing so well with the others.

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  3. Great red block. Orange has gotten a lot of support. Maybe it will get moved up a bit....

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  4. Love those reds. And thanks for the little mini French lesson. ;-)

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  5. Beautiful red fabrics in your block. In fact, I have a few of those same fabrics--no wonder I like your block so much!

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  6. I think I have the Material Obsessions book with that block. I guess I need to dig it out because I've loved watching your progress. You have a lot of fun b/w fabrics!

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  7. I have the Material Obsessions book too, want to make all of them in there, they are all fantastic. I started a cogwheel where I am using old chintz curtains for the background. Wild and crazy but so much fun. It is hard not to pull it out and work on it, but I need to finish some other projects first. I also have to make the fractured quilt, just looks like a fun one to work on.

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  8. looks great! I didn't know TADA meant that, and I took 3 yrs of French in school. ohhhh C'est la vie!

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  9. Love these blocks and is going to be so stunning when all together.

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  10. Lots of wonderful different red fabrics.

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  11. Saw you at Assembly Day but didn't want to interrupt your conversations. Wasn't Jenny great? I cut out early and missed the afternoon speaker -- just too hot without AC.

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  12. Love this block, both the reds and the backgrounds - very vibrant.

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  13. You do learn something every day don't you! Love your red block! So many great fabrics in it, including the black and white ones!

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  14. Yummy reds AND b&w prints!

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  15. Beautiful, beautiful red block and you have a piece of a luscious poppy fabric in there from one of my favourite designers!

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  16. Love all the reds in your SS block. You have such a good stash of black and whites too. I took French in college, but I don't remember much of what I learned.

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  17. Lovely and still drooling over your black and white stash!

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  18. What a great selection of black and white prints. They really help to showcase those gorgeous reds.

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  19. Teresa, you picked great fabrics for your bloomin' nine-patch, even if it was hard to do. I love that Sara is hooked on sewing, her pillow case looks perfect! And the the rainbow scraps block are just my cuppa tea!

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  20. Oh my. Love this block. Going to be a wonderful quilt.

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