Saturday, September 26, 2015

RSC15 Sampler is taking shape


My orange blocks are done and the orange row as well.  So 4 rows are completely set together and it appears that we have 4 more star blocks to make. And there are 8 more alternate blocks although most of those are partially made already. Only two more colors to add!!  

Check out the RSC15 project on http://superscrappy.blogspot.com/. I am absolutely loving this sampler and am so glad I decided to sew along instead of just making my own rainbow blocks like last year. Of course I really liked my quilt from last year, but I'm a sucker for samplers so this has been tons of fun.

12 comments:

  1. It's a beauty! I love how the alternate blocks pull everyone together. Well done.

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  2. I am absolutely in love with your quilt. With just 4 more blocks to go it is fabulous! I am so glad that you joined in this year.

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  3. Very pretty! I decided not to make the sampler this year and now I'm wishing I had.

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  4. Awesome!!! I need to get back to sewing:)

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  5. Such progress! You can almost taste the finish.

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  6. Oh my! Your quilt is coming along beautifully!

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  7. This is beautiful, kind of wish I'd done the sampler.

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  8. I love your quilt. I, too, debated on this quilt but didn't have enough background. I love it, however, and will have to think about doing it some other time.

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  9. standing ovation! What fun it is. The whole thing is just so dynamic and bold and colorful. At first I was going to say, of course you're making it for me, but that sounded kind of, greedy? Will you put it on your bed? LeeAnna

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  10. This is the kick in the pants I need to get to my alternate blocks. Yours is looking great!

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  11. What a fun, fun quilt! I love the colors and design. Great scrappy sampler! It has to feel wonderful to be nearing the finish.

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  12. Your rainbow sampler quilt is going to be stunning. It will be fun to see the finished top!

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