Saturday, August 27, 2016

Rails and Chains


Vintage Postage Stamp Rail
Block finishes at 10 inches


Blocks finish at 14 inches



This is the last RSC week for Dusty Purple/Gray and then we will move on to another color. 

16 comments:

Kate said...

Lots of pretty purples in your blocks. Looks like you made some inroads to your neutral scraps too.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Rails and chains is an interesting take on postage stamp blocks. Your color choices are perfect for this month's theme.

gayle said...

I always love getting a peek into your vast scrap collection! Those rails are an especially good showcase. 8)

Cathy said...

I love your interlocking chains! By the way, if you must use your scraps before you die, I think you will live forever. Your stash probably shames us all! xoxo

---"Love" said...

That's a very intriguing block! I'll have to study that more to figure it out. ---"Love"

PaulaB quilts said...

Rails quilt is new to me. Easy and a nice way to use those purples. The other one continues to look great in all the colors. Good going!

Terri said...

Love your blocks.
Hugs

Sally Trude said...

Thanks for providing the measurements. I thought you had gone postage stamp mad for the second series of blocks too.

The Joyful Quilter said...

Those interlocking chain blocks are really interesting. May have to give those a try... NEXT year!!

quiltingbydawn said...

Love your interlocking chain blocks! It will be pretty with all the colors together!

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

These blocks will blend in beautifully with the others in your collections of rainbow blocks!

Jo said...

I have just gone back and had a look at a few of your postage stamp blocks. You love using small pieces. Really like the sun bonnet sue blocks/quilt

katie z. said...

Lovely!

Deb A said...

Very pretty.

Nann said...

I really like the rails. I hear that claret is the next color . . .

Donna said...

I looked at all your quilts...2014, 2015, 2016, plus donation quilts. Amazing and beautiful! Really colorful. A feast for the eyes for sure. I know I will look at them again and again. YOU are a very talented and generous woman. Thanks for showing you work. I really do appreciate seeing these. WOW. I love quilts.