Saturday, January 07, 2012

Flying Geese Circle


Here's one of the things I worked on today - a block for my nod at 2012's Rainbow Scrap Challenge... While I am not out of scraps, per se (who ever is?) I don't have nearly such a problem with them as I did last year, so I am not taking part as fully in the challenge as last year. However, I do still intend to make one block a month in the chosen colour scheme, which at the end of the year, will give me 12 blocks for a quilt, which will be fun. Or it's possible I will only use 9 blocks - I may stick to single colours and avoid any combos; that's  a decision I'll take when I need to!   I also dug out my small red scraps and am piecing them together as enders and leaders as I did recently with the green scraps. There aren't that many (fewer than the green, certainly), but I'm sure there will be enough to do something with!

5 comments:

Lynne said...

Will you do all the blocks as Flying Geese Circles?

Sarah Craig said...

That's a beautiful block, one I'd like to try sometime! (If I ever get enough time for paper piecing!)

Cindy Is Crafty said...

I love the colors on this one!

dianehobbit said...

Such a great idea, so easy to produce a quilt at the end of the year (in theory at least). I would definitely struggle with red scraps other than Christmas fabrics.

floribunda said...

oh dear -- I might have to steal your idea!

word verification: unfarp (when something is all farped up, you have to unfarp it!)