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Friday, October 12, 2012

Nearly Insane Block 28

Now this one took me longer than it was meant to. My sewing machine has been crying from lack of use.
Took 2 photos and the colours are still not quite right. The outer red is a stronger red than shows. I do like the way all the colours interact with each other. Not quite complimenting each other but happy all the same. I think that with this block the fabrics were harder to choose than doing the block itself. I will add it to the row. Choose the colours for the dreaded block 22 and give myself time on the Pie in the Sky quilt for a little while. B 22 is the last block I need to do to complete the row. Have a great Weekend all Cheers Lynne


Tazzie said...

Just gorgeous Lynne, I'm always delighted by your fabric selections. You must have a mighty stash hon!

OT Quilter said...

This block is just beautiful! Your fussy cutting really enhances it.

Sheila said...

great use of the stripe, so effective. Also love the way the pinks play together, looks three dimensional