Saturday, April 14, 2018

Yellow Week II

Scrap sewing this week has been all about yellows and golds. Such a favourite to brighten my day. I have completed my three Squared Away blocks for the RSC2018 quilt.

It has also been a week of great sorrow. Sixteen people, players, coaches and support staff, were killed in northeast Saskatchewan, when their Humboldt Broncos hockey team bus collided with a semi-trailer truck. It has brought out nation to our knees in solidarity and support. The call went out for comfort quilts, using the Take 5 pattern, and their team colours...green and gold. Following the #homboldtstrong tag, there has been ever iteration of that pattern submitted. Mine is not exception.
The completed quilt top will be graciously long arm quilted by Kim Caskey Custom Quilting. I will post pictures, perhaps when it is done next week.

On Friday I attended a very exciting class, Colour Class 1, taught by the brilliant colourist Wanda Cracknell. So many mind stretching exercises using our 3 in 1 Color Tool and Joen Wolfrom's Color Play.




This week I put the call out to my "Friends in White Satin" for scraps for a special project. My youngest daughter is getting married in August and has asked for a jeweled bridal bouquet. (there are 100s of images on the web if you want to check what others might look like) Because it has to built on a styrofoam ball, I want to cover it completely with white satin, yo-yos in particular. To this I will be adding costume jewelry: rhinestones and faux pearls to achieve a lustrous arrangement. I will post pictures as we move to completion.


To catch up with all of the other yellow scrappy happiness, please check out SoScrappy.

with love and hugs
Kathy

6 comments:

  1. Catching up, reaching out, expanding your mind (and blowing mine.) What a week you had!! That bridal bouquet is more than I can EVER imagine trying to create. Best of luck!

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  2. I've never heard of a jeweled bridal bouquet. Sounds like you are off to a good start. I'm going to go google it. It sounds beautiful. Your daughter is lucky to have a mom that can make one!

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  3. Great yellow blocks. Good to hear you are doing a green and yellow quilt. My older son had a class or 2 with Tyler who was injured in the crash. So we had a little update from friends, sounds like lots of healing ahead, but he is one of the lucky ones. Wedding this summer sounds like fun!

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  4. Your Squared Away blocks are just wild! Love the polka dots!

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  5. Love the background fabrics in your squared away blocks. Such a sad story about the hockey team. Glad that you are able to participate in the comfort quilt project.

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  6. I love all the things you share and see your beautiful creation. Thank you for sharing with everyone. I know everything about you. It's great and it's great.


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