the peppermint triangles look so fresh, you will have great fun planning out joining them into a quilt
Many triangles on the paper strips are dark and gloomy so a bit of refreshing mint looks good, I hope.
the peppermint looks lovely on this strip.
Thank you. There are minty shades in many strips but here I have added more than usual.
peppermint looks beautiful.
It has a cooling effect, hasn't it?
Minty fresh triangles. It must be exciting almost reaching your goal.
Yes, I am beginning to see the end of the tunnel, but I still have green left in my stash. I'll have to make a cushion as well!
Good luck finding a space large enough to lay out all those triangles. Even laying out a table runner here is a challenge.
I have a wee bit more space than you do and far fewer pieces of furniture so I think I can manage it. Stay away from the flu that is spreading like wildfire.
More greens to enjoy. I like all the variations of green and 'friends'. Fun project.
Green is a friendly colour and so far no green has fought with other greens!
Every little bit of progress is closer to the finish! I have been catching up on your posts. I love the way you are recycling some of your towels and pillowcases and working them into this project. How fun! I do hope your computer/blogger issues are resolved soon. (I am still trying to adjust to the new blogger dashboard, myself.)
Thank you for taking the time to comment. Yes, most of my computer/blogger troubles are over.Recycling makes good sense but by adding old pillow cases and the like you add memories to the quilt.Have a beautiful weekend.
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