(as my 3-year-old would say!)*
I feel like every time I pull fabrics for one of these blocks, I come up with a new color combination that I can't wait to try in a quilt. Thanks for that, Victoria! :)
My tomato red fabric (the outlined flower print) looks more pink-ish in the photo, despite my amateur photoshop efforts, but in real life it's a nice orangey-red. When I held it up the green swirl batik, I was in love. I tried adding yellow or orange, but didn't like either of those. As I was heading toward my brown bin, I stumbled across the plum-y purple, which provided a great dark accent. Yum!
And the block:
I have really enjoyed working with all the warm colors in this challenge. I'm usually a blue-green girl, so this half of the color wheel is new to me.
Not surprised at how nicely the greens play with the red. I was a little surprised that I didn't like the oranges or yellows, and that a darker red and the purple both worked so well. As I said above, can't wait to try this combo in a quilt. If only I had more of these fabrics...
And here are all nine blocks together. I kind of like them on point!:
*The Tow Mater reference is to a character in the movie Cars, for anyone without ready access to a young child. (Though I recommend the movie for all ages--it's great!)
oh they look fabulous!
these look so great! I agree this challenge stretches our color choices. we are "forced" to use colors we may not normally use but it s a good thing. so many gorgeous quilts coming out of this challenge!
i like how your cools and warms blocks play off of each other when they are all together... gives so much movement!
what about bright red and mauve? now there's a challenge! Love that you found a tomato!
your block is so neat the way they flow together.
We know Cars here. I think we have seen it 50 times. Cars 2 was pretty awesome too!
Here we either watch Cars or How to Train your Dragon...my DH and I can pretty much say all of the lines with the characters! LOL
Your blocks look fabulous on point. The lines of color "read" like a story!
ohhh, i like the secondary design.
thanks for sharing
Your block is beautiful and they all look so good together!
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