Carolina chain RSC blocks

October's colour is green, I think darker greens, but I am going with what I have cut in my 2" strip box.
When I lay out the blocks, the contrast in the colours really helps show the block pattern to its advantage, compared to the one below.  .   
Blue was Septembers colour but because this is a new block for me, and I am just using what was already cut, I am spending more time making blue blocks this month.  
Having said that I have had to cut more background fabrics and I am really close to running out!
These last two photos looks like a giant mess! Definitely need to photograph just four units made as one Carolina Chain block.
Anyway you get the point, I have gone made making these new blocks and having a ball using up my scraps.  
Happy quilting Sue.


  1. Have fun with them! Don't worry about them looking a bit messy when there are just a few units. The pattern becomes clearer when you put more blocks together.

  2. That is a nice pattern created by these blocks. Makes me think of the M.C. Escher art where the staircases go every which way. :)

  3. Pretty pattern with all these blocks!

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