Guys, this has been so much fun so far. All the blocks measure 3-1/2" for now. Thus far, I've managed all of the blocks from my scrap bin. And they have gone together very quickly so they aren't taking more than a half hour to put together. If you want to play along, there is plenty of time to catch up.
Next is a new quilt along called Project 48. This one has been a lot of fun too. Here are the first 2 blocks...
Here's a description from the Project 48 web page...
Project 48 is designed to be an epic year long quilt sampler, with four 9” blocks delivered each month in 2016. Each month will focus on a different theme, where Linden will create a traditional style block and Crystal a modern interpretation along with two guest versions.
They are coming one a week and have been pretty easy so far. And again, I'm loving the way it looks. You could easily catch up on this one too.
And last, but most certainly not least, I took time this weekend to put together the first block in the Ray of Hope BOM. It is designed and hosted by Ula Lenz. She is amazing and designed the Zodiac Stars that I'm working on for my niece. Here's the January block...
Now, I'm not going to lie, this block took me close to 12 hours. But it is so freaking pretty! So worth all of the time. I love it so so so much!!! I can hardly wait for the February block.
I've also put together the two quilt tops that I worked on for last years Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I'm hoping to get good pics of them this week so I can share them with you soon.
Be sure to come back tomorrow to link up for our Leader/Ender Linky Party! Grab a button and come show us your progress!
Today I'll be linking up with Patchwork Times for Design Wall Monday, at BOM's Away with Whatahoot, Main Crush Monday at Cooking Up Quilts, Design Board Monday at Bits & Bobs, and Monday Making at Love, Laugh, Quilt. Wednesday with Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday, and Let's Bee Social with Sew Fresh Quilts. And Thursday with NTT at My Quilt Infatuation.