Sunday, May 6, 2018

One Pink String

It is a beautiful Sunday morning as I write this. I love morning light. And this morning it was especially ethereal and was enough to make up for any other dreary day...EVER!

I have been steadily working away at purging and disposing of 'stuff', and yesterday was a big shred day. I only opened one file cabinet drawer and pulled out files that were last opened in 1999. Time to go! Not the least of which was the health file for Miss Kitty, who crossed the rainbow bridge 10 years ago.

I have put the binding on my Good Samaritan quilt. Lady, pattern by Villa Rosa Design, shown here in flimsy to finished. I love the backing fabric and was able to salvage enough and piece it together for the binding, with just a scrap strip leftover that has gone into the yellow scrap strings bin.



I have got my RSC2018 pink and rose scrap strings reduction started and made this one happy scrappy string block.


If you wish to catch up on other pink scrappy happiness, please check out SoScrappy and Quilting is more fun than Housework.

love and hugs
Kathy

6 comments:

  1. I looked at your quilt and thought "Ooooo! Yellow Brick Road!"
    Love the string block, too!

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  2. Congrats! on your newly completed quilt (and one PINK Crumb block!!)

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  3. Great quilt and I've loved the pink and rose fabrics you picked for the string block. ♥

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  4. I haven’t had a chance yet to pull my pink scraps. But your pink string block is very inspiring. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  5. Congratulations on a wonderful coin quilt finish. I Love, love, love string blocks. Love your pink one.

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  6. Happy and beautiful string block!! Love your fabrics

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