Monday, October 17, 2011
''Rounding'' things out...
Don't forget to look. Tell your brain to be quiet for a minute so you can see what is next.
For me, I wanted to add some new elements... So I made some prairie points. I didn't have any great GREENS to play with, but I had this blender fabric, (sitting here for ever), and so i thought, what the heck! Let's give it a whirl and see what happens with it...
I'm quite pleased with it... I must have pulled 5 other options prior to this, and nothing felt right. The reds blended right in, the greens were not saturated enough to make anything to exciting... But that Yellow! Kind of cool! I can work with that!
Yes, January I was thinking about Xmas already...
(I have made three Xmas quilts already this year, but that is for another day)
At long last I found them, and may find a way to incorporate them with this block. What I thought at first, (the round made fabric) might become a pillow, I can now see, it may actually become a quilt...
I can say that Miki's Green red's and gold project she has been working on has definitely peaked my interest again in these old blocks...
What's next? Not sure, Will let it keep speaking to me, and let the discoveries happen as they will.
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Posted by Victoria Findlay Wolfe at 11:42 AM
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Wow, you are running circles 'round us! That is way too cool.
Oooooo Victoria!! I love that round block with the prairie points and it really does look great with the xmas blocks. I love where this is going. The green/yellow gradations on the prairie points is beautiful!
Wow Victoria you are so inspiring ,your greens, reds and yellows are beautiful,and I love your idea of finishing of the round piece with prairie points.
Love those prairie points!! Your Christmas blocks look as if they were made just for your circle block!
I love what you've done, the colors make me so happy!
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