I can't guess what you are trying to say, but I LOVE the letters. I'll be back for sure to see what it says. I'm loving the RSC14!
Stopping by from the RSC14 and I have to tell ya how much I like your blog title: adorable!!! I'm not very good at word scrambles...but just added myself as a GFC follower so I can follow your progress.
LOL love it - can't work it out, but will keep watching :) visiting from RSC14 :)
Waiting to see how the phrase evolves!
I have no clue what it's going to say, but your letters look good.
Pieced letters are such fun. It's been a long time since the quilt guild meeting that introduced me to them. Why, when your letter sizes vary, do you try to make similar letters the same size?
I don't know what you are saying, but i do love your letters. If you want a good book to work from, makes it easier, try tonya ricucci's word play. I love words on quilts! And she is so creative!
I really want to try these some day... Now I need to dig out my Word Play book! What fun.
No idea what your words will be, but I love how they look. What a fun collection of fabrics!
This is such a cool idea! I don't know what it says but I'm not good at good at word games.
What a great idea
No idea what they might say, I did wonder if it would say who's afraid of the big bad wolf. (tea towel)but the letters and color didn't seem right.I do know that I love them!
Great job on the letters...no idea what it might say!
What a fun idea; writing in fabric. I'm interested to know what the rest of your sentence is.
Don't know what they are going to say but I'll bet they are for the tea towel challenge. Looks like you have an easy time with making letters. I'm finding it easier than I thought but still not so easy!
luv these! I cannot figure it out!I like a surprise tho' so I will be watching for the reveal!
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