Happy Worldwide Quilting Day to everyone! I may not have a lot of time to quilt today, but I hope to squeeze in at least a few minutes.
I don't have much new to show for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge this week. I added two more teal and turquoise LeMoyne Star blocks last weekend.
I have been stitching away at my hexies and have the first snowflake almost finished, just one more row to add to the right side. The large star will be next.
Since I don't have much to show on current teal projects, I thought I would share a photo of the quilt that provided many of my teal and turquoise scraps. I started this Storm at Sea quilt in 2001, worked on it on and off for a few years, then packed it away until it got pulled out again in 2012. It was finally completely finished in October, 2012, which is the reason it is named Eleven-Year Storm. If you would like to read more about it, check out this post.
Check out the Rainbow Scrap Challenge posts every Saturday to see how others are using up their scraps. So many beautiful projects!
Julie in GA