I have not had a lot of time to sew lately, but I did sneak downstairs early this morning to get reacquainted with my sewing machine. :-) It took awhile (earlier this month) to find medium/dark greens in my stash for the RSC2014. You wouldn't think that was a problem with the amount of fabric my DH says I have and that I really like green! But they needed to be fresh and contemporary and I think I was pretty successful.
Bunny really likes these blocks because they go with her green sweater and the antique wicker rocker that she sits in.
Here is a better look at the individual blocks.
This pattern is quick and easy to stitch up! Especially when you chain piece them.
I am really pleased with outcome! Stop by So Scrappy and see the other green projects currently in progress. They're really GREEN!
Have a good weekend and I hope you get some stitching time!
What great fabrics! The block looks like so much fun to make.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by! The blocks are fun - perhaps I will post a tutorial next month!Delete
I like your green blocks. I have not seen this pattern before.ReplyDelete
The pattern is really easy to make. Perhaps I will post a tutorial next month! Thanks for stopping by.Delete
Great blocks! I don't think I have ever seen this one before!ReplyDelete
Thanks and thanks for stopping by! The blocks are fun - perhaps I will post a tutorial next month!Delete
Lovely greens in those blocks--nice blending of colorways...hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
The shade of green was a bit of a challenge - but I am pleased with the end result. Thanks for stopping by!Delete
LOVE your blocks Deb!!! I'm having the same problem with my stash - too much of it is not appealing to me anymore because I want fresh and contemporary. You did indeed do a great job of picking some lovely greens for your sweet little rabbit :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Teresa. I certainly have a wide variety of fabrics because I like so many style of quilting. But definitely lately is has been the bright and colorful ones I am going for! Must be Spring Fever! Thanks for stopping by my blod - I look foward to your comments!Delete
Beautiful green blocks. I recognize one or two of those fabrics from my own stash. So glad you found a few minutes to enjoy your fabrics amidst all the busyness.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the compliments on the green blocks.. I can't wait to see how it all comes together. Really enjoying the RSC!!!Delete
I agree with bunny and I'm not even wearing green, at the moment. You were definitely successful, with this block.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jo, they really are a lot of fun - enjoying the RSC 2014.Delete
Love your beautiful green prints and blocks.ReplyDelete
Love your greens, the fabrics are lovely and I can see you also are a fan of Kaffe Fasett fabrics.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for stopping by! Yes, I do love Kaffe Fasett fabrics - doesn't everyone :-) ????Delete