First, I cut and sewed triangles and made more scrappy stars in shades of the designated color for March, green. I want to make more, but the five star blocks on the left side are a start.
Then I pulled out my cream/tan scraps and made six inch 9-patches and two inch 4-patches and some strips to put them together into single chain and knot blocks–alternate blocks for a sampler quilt that I am now almost ready to put together.
Then I cut more green and cream scraps, combined them with some other colors and made some sample blocks for the April Block Lotto ... which I can't share until April 1.
I hope I'll find time before the end of the month to make more stars, more crumb blocks and . . . maybe make green and cream doll quilt.
Edited to add ... it's all Julie's fault. I saw the leftover green bits on her wall and started playing with mine. It's 11 inches square right now ... I'm not sure if it's done (mug rug?) or if it will grow into that doll quilt.
Right now, I'm thinking it could be interesting on-point with some applique setting squares and more--yes I have more leftover--4 patches.
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