Saturday, November 10, 2012

Some Grey Going On!

 I made the second of the grey blocks for Jack in the Box, my SoScrappy Rainbow Scrap Challenge.  Here is a picture of all the blocks but not the pinwheel border.  It is still pretty small so trying to decide if I should make more blocks or add sashing or what...

9 comments:

Teresa in Music City said...

Wow! I love your blocks and the design they make for your quilt! It simply sparkles!!!

Cathy Tomm said...

Love the soft grey blocks. You jack in the box block together loo great. I love the blocks with out sashing. Can you make more if you really need the quilt bigger. maybe have to use your idea for next year.

scraphappy said...

I like this quilt more every time I see it. Definitely worth the time it will take to make enough blocks to get it to be a good size.

Deb said...

This came out so nice. I agree with Angela - worth the time if you want it bigger. I added sashings to mine to help with the size.

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

Looking great so far Andee. When I was working on mine yesterday, I also was wondering how I was going to put everything together. I liked the unique sashing that Angela did on hers last year, so I'm thinking of that. I'm also thinking of trying a "kiddy-wompas" setting by adding some triangular sashings on each side (ending in a larger 12"(?) square).

I also realized; I never made my orange JackinBox blocks. Maybe I'll tackle that today :)

Quilter Kathy said...

What about a cream sashing with a mini scrappy coloured pinwheel for the cornerstones?!? That would be so cool!

Edith said...

Very pretty, I like Kathy's idea, sashing with rainbow pinwheels for the cornerstones. Reading your profile, I used to be more a piecer (I could just sew blocks forever) so I bought a longarm, now I finish a lot more and help others to finish as well. A new stage in my life, it feels good to complete the quilt.

Sheila said...

I love these blocks even more when I see all of them together! Truly a wonderful rainbow quilt!

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

what a lovely quilt!