In 2019 I started piecing Ohio star blocks for the RSC. I managed to keep up for 3 months then fell by the wayside. I'm going to start again but the color for the month of January is green, lime green. Even though the green Ohio stars I pieced last year aren't lime green, they're green, so I'm not going to make more.
I've decided to start a 2nd RSC project called Sound Check. The pattern comes from McCalls Quilting, March/April 2014 magazine and was designed by John Kubiniec.
I know the skill level says beginner, but sometimes it's fun to do an easy quilt! I've been wanting to make this quilt every since I saw the pattern 6 years ago. It's time has come in 2020.
The idea is you make 4 different blocks using the same solid color fabric. Each of the 4 blocks use a different gray or black.
This is the lime green I've pulled, the grays and black are left over from the small flying geese quilt I made last year. I needed to get more gray fabrics.
Several years ago I purchased a fat quarter bundle of solid Kona's from Yoder Department Store in Shipshewana. The bundle contained 40 fabrics. (Yoder's actually have just about every color Kona makes.)
A fat quarter makes 2 blocks and I've pulled 4 greens for these blocks including the lime green.
I need a total of 49 blocks. I'll keep up with the RSC colors each month but I'm not sure I won't get impatient and just piece the rest of the blocks.
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