In my continued effort to reduce my stash, I've been taking stock of each color to see where things are a bit thick, and going from there. I'll bet if I gave you a single guess, you might be able to figure out which color was by far the most abundant in my cabinet.
Yep, greens of course! Chartreuse, apple, lime, grass, emerald, jade, and kelly...I love all shades of green from the warmest to coolest, and had amassed quite an extensive collection. This quilt contains 34(!) different green prints, and I wasn't even able to use every one in my cabinet. I have to give a shout out to Janet at Simply Pieced for the pattern suggestion. I knew I wanted to make a monochromatic green quilt without a background fabric, and she thought that a plus pattern would allow each fabric to be distinct within the quilt. She was absolutely right, and I am loving it!
Last week's party had so many fantastic projects! Katy Quilts shared this amazing throwback that she made in 2007. Wow, it's just gorgeous!
Porch Swing Quilts finished this pretty kaleidoscope quilt. Check out the adorable little strawberries on the corners!
and this beauty is from Myra at Busy Hands Quilts!
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