Waiting In The Wings

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2015

This month it's time to put our RSC2015 projects together - hopefully!
I've started with my Scrappy Mountains, no particular order
as they're going up 'cos they'll be changed around when every block is on the wall.
 I can already see I'm not too happy
with the bright pink, third row down fourth block along, certainly not in the position


 it's in presently.


A few more blocks are needed, possibly yellow which I tried in that
particular colour month but they didn't do anything for me, I'll try again.
Violet, peach or aqua are possibles.

  I can already see I'm not too happy
with the bright pink, third row down fourth block along, certainly not in the position
 it's in presently.

One more flower photo before I go


Back to more placing on the wall, happy quilting!

Maureen


14 comments:

  1. This is going to be amazing! Happy rearranging . . .

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  2. Love all the colors, Maureen! Looks so happy.

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  3. Excellent progress. Auditioning blocks is always fun.

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  4. Looks like a whole heap of colourful fun.

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  5. Ah, the fun begins. I love deciding the perfect spot for each block. It's so rewarding when it all just clicks. Enjoy the journey.

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  6. Have fun finding a perfectly pleasing arrangement!!

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  8. This is the first time I've seen the zigzag effect, very dynamic. You will find the right place for each block. Keep up the good work! PS. A lovely daylily, thanks.

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  9. Yes, the arranging of rainbow blocks is possibly more work than what we did all year...especially when we have to fill in missing colors etc. But your zigzag will look amazing. Also...have you considered golden hues instead of yellow?

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  10. I LOVE these blocks and the beautiful prints!

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  11. The task of figuring out what goes where! If I have enough - I like to take one of each color per row and then position them around so they are scattered. Have fun.

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  12. You're off to a good start. :-)

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  13. These are just spectacular Maureen! They look so good in your scrappy fabrics - the best I've seen in this pattern I think :)

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