Sunday, 9 February 2014

Rainbow Scrappy Saturday

Hello everyone,

I’m a day late this week.   I missed last week as I was under the influence of a bug.  Not much stitching got done during the past week but I have made a little pink scrappy progress.   I already made a pink ‘boxed in’ block last year though I do plan to make another.   However, I stitched up a small candle mat using a pattern which was gifted to me by my dear friend Cyn a few years ago. It isn’t quite finished yet as it needs layering and quilting.   But here’s a couple sneak peak’s of it:

 Log cabin block inPink Sneak peak of project with Pink Log cabin











Any guesses? :-D

The other project I managed to finish is one of the circular sampler blocks I showed in my previous post.   I managed to draft some corners and machine piece them onto the outside of the Joseph’s Coat block.  The block itself is hand pieced with the aid of sewing lines which were printed on the patches using Inklingo.

Here is that block finished and ready to be pieced with other 12.5 inch (unfinished) blocks:

Joseph's coat block with cornersThat’s all I have to show for last week’s sewing efforts.  However, I would like to leave you with a picture of my two girl bunnies who have finally bonded together so they can now play with each other.  Here they are waiting for a snuggle from me :)  Chichi on right, Penny on left.

Penny and Chichi bonded Jan 14 

If you’d like to see what everyone else has done with their Pink scraps this past week then hop on over to Soscrappy’s blog.


Now I’m off to start making a pink scrap holder box with some of my pink scraps ;)

Happy Stitching!




  1. I love your JC block! Cute photo of the girls! Hope you're feeling better now x

  2. What a great JC block! I have the first set of inklingo but have yet to try printing out on it. I really should change my inks and give it a go this week.
    I'm guessing bunny something for the secret project.

  3. I love the circular block it is gorgeous. Can't wait to see some more of your pink blocks! Cute Bunnies!!

  4. Joseph's coat is a beautiful block. I'm guessing there are more than two bunnies in your post today. N

  5. I like your log cabin block, I am working on a log cabin quilt also. And the round one looks perfect!

  6. Log cabin block quilts are among my favorites. What cute bunnies! I'm sorry to hear that you have been sick. Happy to hear you are doing better.

  7. That's a great circular block. The JC quilt is a new one to me, I'll have to Google it. Will you be making more wheel blocks? If so in what colours?

  8. Great blocks, Not late. Cute little bunnies.

  9. The circular block looks good and very precise! Your bunnies are cute, glad they can be friends.

  10. Your JC block is wonderful. LCs are my fave. Love yours. I sent you a pattern? Can't wait to c it. Lol. So glad to hear buns have bonded. Glad too that u r feeling better. ��

  11. Am guessing bunny ears!
    Glad you are better - you still managed a little sewing - always a good thing.

  12. Lovely blocks and bunnies ;)

  13. Very pretty blocks. I hope you continue to feel better.

  14. I'm late in doing any pink...I gotta get busy. I don't have the excuse of being sick but I do have the excuse of watching the grandkids. Your circular block is wonderful and the log cabin and bunny ears block is cute too. It's got to be a bunny in there somewhere! I'm glad you are feeling better too. I've got to get my pink boxed in block done and some other pink done too. This is February and the week of sweetness too. Can't let it pass without working on pinks! Have a good week and have fun with your sweet bunnies.

  15. Glad you are feeling better! I'm fighting a sore throat and cold too :( With this crazy weather, it's a wonder everyone is not sick!
    Your blocks are adorable, but not quite as adorable as those cute, cute bunnies!!!