Saturday, April 23, 2016

Orange Snakes


Orange Snakes
I used 2.5 inch orange scraps and the pattern Snake Trails from 
Denyse Schmidt: Modern Quilts, Traditional Inspiration

Orange you glad they aren't real snakes?  Yep, me too!

Other orange scrappy projects can be found at the Rainbow Scrap Challenge weekly linkup, ScrapHappy Saturday

14 comments:

Marly said...

That's a fun block Cathy. Isn't it difficult matching the blocks so you don't split the snakes?

The Joyful Quilter said...

LOVE this block and the wonderful array of ORANGE scraps used in it!!

Cathy said...

Great blocks! Do you do these every month? I know I’ve seen others you’ve done... Have a great weekend.

Julierose said...

As Popeye would say: "I yam, I yam!" LOL Neat snakies in orange...hugs, Julierose

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Those are great blocks! The browns seem to be the perfect background for your oranges!

em's scrapbag said...

I like these snakes much better than the ones my boys used to bring home. :)

Mystic Quilter said...

I have to say this - Snakes Alive!! Can't wait to see your colours altogether at the end of the year.

Sally T said...

Haven't seen any snakes out in the garden so far this year, but its been warm enough for them. I might enjoy bright ones like yours.

LA Paylor said...

so funny to see you say, snakes pattern from Denyse.
I have a quilt like this made by my grandmother for my Dad back in 1940's. I hand quilted it as she left the "flimsy" when she passed.

LeeAnna at not afraid of color

Kaja said...

Happy blocks!

rutigt said...

Yes, I´m glad they aren´t real snakes. I hate snakes, but yours are so good looking (for being snakes :) )

Angie said...

Very cool! I look forward to seeing all those snake-y colors together at the end of the year.

Kate said...

At least you'd be able to see them really well as they are such bright orange. But yes, I'm glad they are not real.

PaulaB quilts said...

So glad you are having fun with them, and it looks like they are slithering through mud. It's a good thing they are orange and easy to spot!