What a hodge podge of blocks! And fabrics. And colors. Each block will get its own border and then sashing will separate the blocks. I like the idea that each block will have a little breathing space and its own little frame.
These are the 25 blocks for Cheri Payne's Everyday Patchwork series on her blog. I will add five more blocks to make a rectangular quilt instead of a square one. I love some of these blocks, others not so much. And some I disliked making but like the finished block a lot.
I used lots of scraps for the blocks but also cut into some new fabric. Some of the light blocks look really light. I won't tea dye them because I will want to wash and dry this quilt without losing color. But I have some walnut dye I made last fall that I may use on the very lightest ones. We'll see.
Finishing these blocks was my One Monthly Goal for May so I'm linking this post to One Monthly Goal - May Finish link-up at Elm Street Quilts. Thanks for hosting, Patty.
I'm also linking this post to
> sew stitch snap SHARE #27 at Koka Quilts
> Linky Tuesday May 29th at Freemotion by the River
> Oh Scrap! at Quilting is more fun than Housework
Thanks for hosting, ladies.