Tuesday, October 4, 2011

[workinprogress]

We are very much in school holiday mode.  The mornings are short, the afternoons and evenings are endlessly long, especially now that we've welcomed daylight savings. 


I am feeling a little off task so far this week, but I have finally managed to turn on the sewing machine to commence a new project.  I love my stash of solid fabric and probably should make an effort to work with them more often.   After much fabric auditioning I have finally settled on three solid colors that I hope will work together to complete my vision.


  • Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton in Coral (red)
  • Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton in Canary (yellow)
  • The solid green fabric is from stash, and I am not able to match it with any of the swatches on my Kona Color Card. The closest Kona Color is Candy Green.  

The rotary cutter has been busy ~ although I don't generally like to cut too far in advance when I have not  completely finalized "the plan" in my head.   I am going to make more blocks and then will contemplate the layout.   So far, so good.

I hope you are having a good sewing week!
Rita


20 comments:

  1. Rita wings it. Exciting! Can't wait to see what evolves.

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  2. Great colors! I'm eager to see what you do.

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  3. oh seriously yum colour combo - my problem - how on earth do you decide on just three colours!

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  4. These colors are so bright and happy! Can't wait to see where it goes.

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  5. yum, i really like your color choices!

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  6. they are so bright and vibrant they remind me of the colors in my daughters recent painted quilt block project.

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  7. Those colors are beautiful! Love how vibrant the blocks are, looks like sunshine.

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  8. Love those colors together!!!

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  9. WoW, isn't this breath-taking ! ! ! !

    hugs

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  10. Beautiful colors together. Against that white background.

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  11. Oh, so pretty. I don't usually do much with solids, but this combination has inspired me!

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