We are just using random scraps. I wish I could say this is making a dent in our scraps but it really isn't! I think we have made a total of 25 blocks so far. Here is the book we are using. I love it!
I think I mentioned last week that I wouldn't get much sewing done and I was right! I was hoping to get more cutting done, but I didn't get much of that done either! Let's focus on the positive. For the yellow rainbow scrap challenge I cut out enough squares for two baby quilts...yea! Also in the picture a few 5 inch squares to add to my charm collection. You can see what others are making in yellows here!
I plan to work on putting these tops together at our guild retreat at the end of the month. Now that it is cut the temptation to start sewing is great!!
I also finished my geese for our guild's mystery quilt 2nd clue. I am so excited that I am keeping up so far!
I used the method Bonnie Hunter taught us at a class for using the scrap triangles to make bonus HST. I didn't take a picture but I made 96 bonus 3.5 inch HST!! I was tickled with that! I'm not sure how I will use them, but it was fun not to add that extra scrap fabric to a scrap pile or the trash :)
The goal for this week is to work on the Twirling Hexagon quilt to get it ready to take to retreat and to start cutting the fabric for my daughter's graduation quilt so I can also take it to retreat. I did sit down and figure up a game plan for her quilt, so that is a little progress, right??