So pleased that I got 3 green honey comb blocks done. It took most of the month to go through the green scraps bin and trim off 2 - 1 1/2" by 5" strips off. Then I sorted them by the three families, lime, olive and then the emerald.
Follow the link to find the pattern for Honey Comb. quilt pattern.
I am so happy with this Emerald block. Wow, it glows and sparkles like a real Gem.
I also added to the Mini Nines. I worked at getting more blocks with Green in them. I needed to use a bit of other colour to use with some of the green parts. These blocks are only 4" so the little bits are 1/2" squares.
Here is the wall this weekend. I have 2 more green blocks I want to finish, they are cut and ready just need time to sew. I will try to get them done and show then next weekend with our new colour in June.
I have linked to Soscrappy and the Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2017
Lovely green projects. Those honeycomb blocks in the three shades of green are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful green blocks! I love your honeycombs in the three different groupings of green.ReplyDelete
Beautiful works! i especially like the emerald one, too..hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Really like the honeycomb block- looks so pretty in those greens. thanks for sharing the link..ReplyDelete
That medium green honeycomb really does look like an emerald! Lovely. Great progress on the other bits and pieces too!ReplyDelete
Each green bock looks so different from the others. In this case, segregation was a good thing.ReplyDelete
Best of luck with those last two RSC blocks that you are hoping to complete!!ReplyDelete
That emerald honeycomb block is indeed a gem. I've never seen that block. Where have I been? The little blocks are coming along so nicely. Keep up the good work!ReplyDelete
Lovely choice of green blocks. Not seen the honeycomb design before. Excellent.ReplyDelete
Those honeycomb blocks are awesome - lovely and unusual!ReplyDelete
Your blocks are all beautiful.ReplyDelete