BOMs Away! – Jack’s Chain Red

 

Well, this was a delightful little set! After the, um, longevity of the Eternal Bloom two weeks ago, I wasn’t ready to tackle another one of those, so when red was announced as the Rainbow Scrap color of the month, I dove right into my bin.

{Jack’s Chain}

I don’t actually use my “normal” reds very often – anything with flowers or girly that is less used in Quilts of Valor. {I do still use subtle florals in them. Sorry, fellas.} And Barb at Cat Patches just posted about using her red scraps, one of which just happens to be one of my favorite fabrics! So I grabbed it, and a couple friends, and a random leftover charm. And there we go, four happy little nine patches. Nice and easy.

And now, if I’m smart, I’ll get started on Eternal Bloom early…

See also: Monday Making, Main Crush MondayFabric Tuesday, Scraptastic Tuesday, Rainbow Scrap ChallengeOh Scrap!Whoop WhoopNeedle & Thread ThursdayLet’s Bee SocialDesign Wall MondayWiP on WednesdaysOne Monthly Goal, Midweek Makers

9 thoughts on “BOMs Away! – Jack’s Chain Red”

Angela

Those nine patches are quite a change of pace after your BOM adventure. Still lovely though, in a very different way.

Inch by Inch Quilting

Bright and delightful these little red nine-patches.

The Joyful Quilter

Pretty RED patches to add to your Jack’s Chain collection!!

Jayne

You had me at ‘red and white blocks.’ 🙂 Always love ’em!

Kate

Such bright and fun blocks! Hope you got started on Eternal Bloom. If not, there’s always this weekend.

Susan

Loving the red! I have yet to do mine – still stuck on using up purple and aqua. I want them gone!
Thanks for sharing on Midweek Makers. I’ll be adding your Monday linky to my sidebar.

Nancy

REd is such a catchy color! Nice 9-patches!

Gretchen Weaver

The red 9-patches are very cute and they sew up quickly. Sometimes we just need a break from an intense project.

Lynette Caulkins

Love those reds. Hey – don’t be afraid to make a feminine QOV; plenty of those needed, too. 😀

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