On the non-rainbow front, I've been busily piecing bits for my Storm at Sea. Working with this extremely limited color palette is a weird experience - you know me and my usual riot of color. Blue/green/teal is a whole different game, whether I set it straight
or on point.
I'm still deciding about that, though usually I'm really leaning to that on point set.
But sooner or later, as I'm chugging out blocks that are remarkably similar, my brain will step out of the room and I end up with something like this.
After a quick waltz with my buddy Jack (the Ripper), and a restitch, I figure it might be a good idea to reach for something completely different.
Luckily I've got a lot of pieces cut for this:
Glitter is a good antidote to blue/green/teal.
And I'm still making piles of hourglasses as my leader/enders. Keeping a stack of 3.5" squares next to the sewing machine really pays off.
Though given the fact that I'm using 3.5" strips and squares for hourglasses, Glitter, and Storm at Sea, my 3.5" bin is emptying out fast. I may have to go on a cutting rampage one of these days. Hopefully my brain will stay in the room while that rotary cutter is flashing...
So with all these scrappy projects going on, I'm linking to Oh Scrap! at Quilting is More Fun than Housework. Come see what everyone is up to this week!