With February upon us, the RSC color has changed to brown with optional pink accents. As I was royally tired of blue (sorry), I was happy to grab a different color. And happily, I have browns handy because I'm using them in my Challenge 365 project.
That kaleidoscope ruler has been calling my name (though in a muffled sort of way, since I keep it closed in a drawer, purely for my own good), so I
Here's my regular kaleidoscope block, though without corners yet. I'm considering waiting until the end to decide on corners, which is what I'm doing with my other kaleidoscope quilt.
Because of course I'm making two kaleidoscope quilts. Here's the block I made for the snazzier version.
And I couldn't resist seeing what it looked like with the blue ones from last month.
If I hadn't run out of time, I'd have at least a half dozen more blocks done. (I've got bits for two others cut at this point.) And that's why I have to keep the ruler put away, because once I touch it, I find it very hard to stop making blocks. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing, but I do need to stop and eat and sleep now and then...
I've been ending up with some extra sections as I cut the strips, so I'm keeping them set aside. They might end up as wacky blocks, or maybe I'll work them into a border somehow.
And I was happy I made this little guy before I let the kaleidoscope ruler out to play.
I wouldn't want to run short on piglets, after all.
Linking with Cathy's kaleidoscopes and butterflies party. Come see the multicolor fun!