Thursday, November 11, 2010

That Girl Quilt-Along Blocks


Ding ding ding! Done!

Okay, I think I know how Jennifer probably feels about my solid color choice, but ...

Yes. Lime green. Sorry, Jennifer, I had to do it. : ) As soon as I pulled the Farmdale for this quilt, I knew it had to be green. It was screaming for green.

This rooster was positively crowing for the green. Just look at him, he's all over it. And I love it too! Plus, it's kind of apple-ish. How appropriate.

This is my favorite block. I love this blue floral to pieces. And it looks fab with the green.

Chain o' blocks.

Bring on Round 4!


  1. WOW! would not be my chose but I acutually LOVE it

  2. I also love the blue floral piece. I wanted to buy that fabric, but my husband reminded me that I've gone over in the hobby section of the budget:)

  3. I really like the green, it's nice and bold! I don't know that I would've picked it, but it looks nice. Now if only I could manage to get up from the computer and finish my blocks...

  4. I love it! I'm always partial to red or green. Very vibrant! I've got 2 more blocks to go and I'm done too! Will have to wait until after the kids go to bed tonight!

  5. You go girl! I wonder if you are the first to be done? Delicious is the word that popped into my head as I looked at your blocks. They are wonderful!

  6. they look great! Can't wait to see it all done. :)

  7. Hey, I dont care what she says about the solid choice because I love it!!

  8. I'm in loooooooooooooove. So bright and totally fabulous.

  9. are you kidding....that green is gorgeous!! i love it with the farmdale fabric

  10. Love them! I love Farmdale and just to clarify, I didn't say anything about the color choice LOL! I think the green looks great :)

    Jennifer :)

  11. I love that line. It is going to be a great quilt!

  12. I think the lime green is perfect! That rooster looks positively giddy :P


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