I love yellow. Well, maybe not as a main color, but what it does to other colors, especially in a quilt. So bright and happy. Perfect color for this month as we have been waiting and waiting for spring. This month's RSC18 blocks started with this
as well as a drawer of folded pieces.
And this is how it ended up, along with those little strings of other RSC colors.
I actually made these almost all at once instead of sprinkling them through the month. We were having some plumbing work done. What started as a simple project kept expanding until I was referring to the plumber as Eldin the Plumber (not to his face) after Eldin the Painter on the old Murphy Brown sitcom. (He had a never-ending painting project going on. I heard that sitcom is coming back. I wonder if Eldin will still be painting.) Anyway, while the plumbing bill soared, I kept myself busy with strings. The plumber was actually interested, which was kind of nice. Good thing we were paying by the job and not the hour.
I worked harder this time to make sure I didn't have big triangles in the corners. Here's my favorite part of a block: honeycomb and a bee.
Here's the running total. I think I'll still add some strings to some of those bigger triangles on the other colors.
Doesn't that yellow just pep things up?
Won't be long until we find out the next color.
I'm linking up this week with Angela at soscrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday.