Monday, October 24, 2011

Bottled Rainbows and October blocks

After months of marination, I finally finished another Bottled Rainbows block. To refresh you, here's a picture of the ones I previously completed:

Progress: Bottled Rainbows

. And my newest block:

The return of Bottled Rainbows

. I started a blue one right after completing this, but as usual, it will probably be awhile before it's completed.
That's just how I roll.

I also finished up my do.Good Stitches blocks for October, in the Comfort group.

October Comfort Blocks

These are made using Quiltville's String X block tutorial. It's a fun way to use up scraps, for sure.

As of next month, I'll be joining the Love circle of do.Good Stitches.

13 comments:

  1. I really love how dense and chaotic your bottled rainbow blocks are. so pretty.

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  2. those bottled rainbows just do not get old! they are beautiful. And I love seeing all these x blocks. I did one for my flickr group that I still have to put together. someday...

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  3. I love the little owl in the green block! Too cute!

    I have some 1.5" fabric sample squares from my aunt - can't WAIT to get started on Bottled Rainbows with them :)

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  4. Wow, those are so awesome!! I love the colours, they are the perfect shades/tones of each colour you chose.

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  5. I'm sharing 3 new BRQ blocks today!!! I just started a new green one last night and snuck a little owl in mine, too. :)

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  6. i love those scrappy colorblocks! so fun. that will be an amazing quilt.

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  7. I love green and the way this block turned out. The owl pops right out to me.

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  8. I love Bottled Rainbows! Your blocks look amazing - this quilt is so on my to do list. And those string blocks??? Your knocking me out with these today...seriously, it makes my heart skip a beat. Love!

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  9. Every time I see a new one of these all I can say is LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. This dark green may be my favorite so far. LOVE. Just LOVE. I'm done.

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  10. Thank-you for this Jacey. I hope you keep enjoying the project!

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  11. LOVE the block! Especially the little owl in the upper left. Those two pieces were really nifty. You make me want to pull my sewing machine out and finish my quilt, which would be a lot easier if the cat weren't on my lap.

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