Saturday, May 21, 2011

CARAMEL - May BOM



I've been waiting for an idea to come along where I could incorporate these Kaffe scraps, and this seemed like the perfect project to use them!  (I tend to hoard my Kaffe for some reason.)  I was in a sweet mood while making this yesterday, so this is my CARAMEL block.

Thanks for the tutorial Miki, and the well thought out extra tidbits of information!

Deb

P.S.  I didn't realize that I had the outer blocks reversed.  Geez.  Victoria certainly has a good eye.  I have taken the ripper to this block so many times already, that I don't know if I will flip those outer blocks, or just leave as is.  (Yes, the wine was good!)

8 comments:

Miki Willa said...

Wow! These colors are fantastic. Great block.

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

I like how you reversed the outer blocks... gives it a whole new look! the colors are scrumptious!

alibobbles said...

i like it, looks like a good re-interpretation. i have been prevaricating about starting mine and you have made me realise it doesn't matter if it is slightly different as it will look good whatever.

ellen gets crafty said...

It sure gives the block a different look - I like it!

QuiltSwissy said...

I thought you had done that on porpoise!!

It woul look stunning like that in a quilt with 35 more !!!

glen

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

Make more the way they are!! Don't change it!! It's an aha!!! A happy accident!!!

Helen said...

Yes, I am wondering what kind of secondary design will appear with your happy accident??? I also would like to know what wine goes well with quilting??? ;-))

Lisa said...

Love the block that way! I find a white wine is better for sewing, just incase you drip. ;)