However, before I cut into my remnants of orange and white Grunge from the Radiance quilt, I had to do a test for size. You see, you can make these in any size you want... Here are small ones I did on the Mariner's Compass flag I did as part of the Henry Glass Desire to Inspire Challenge:
So I dug in my limited purple scraps, pulled out some white and off-white ones and started cutting and sewing, and creatively cutting, I might add...
Problem: for the oranges I only have three shades. I could arrange them in two different ways:
|On the left the oranges are in pairs, while on the right they are alternating light, medium, dark.|
|At 5.75" square, it will make the perfect mug rug! There are only 2 HSTs that are not from the rainbow scrappy binding, the red/pink and the red/black HSTs in the second row from the bottom which are from one of the 150 CA Women blocks.|
However, I was still sewing the orange migrating geese strip, so...yup, I pulled back out the purples and used them as leader/enders. Because I'd started them before the oranges, it wasn't long before I had them all sewn together.
|Purple migrating geese strip is done! About 66" in length. I was still sewing the orange.|
I do love this purple row for my RSC2017 project!
|Doubled back on each other|
soscrappy for Scrap Happy Saturday