Very pretty Elaine.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Judy, Oops, I guess I spoke too soon, not all the same backgrounds. But i like this one too, as well as that wonderful red.
More pretty fabrics. Good choices Judy.
Jacy, I'm using 3 different fabrics for the background. Not sure if I have enough but I have others that are very similar so it may end up to be 4 or 5 different fabrics.
Now on to Oct 15th blocks.
The red is so striking, Judy. Another beauty.
Another beautiful block Judy. Loving that red.
Love the green fabric. Great job.
Adorable little floral print. And the background is nice too Bonita. Another beauty.
Jeanette and Mimi, you both are very kind, thank you.
I like your green fabric. Very pretty. The bottom right corner of your block is turned the wrong direction (unless you wanted it that way).
Thanks Kris, well shoot ,no I didn't want it that way. So will get out the ripper.
Elaine, it looks like we have twins!!! I see many of us are using the Civil War Jubilee collection. Are you using muslin for your background? Mine is supposed to be natural muslin, but seems to look white in the pictures. Picking the same fabric for this one was easy as there are so few greens. I am adding a few extra fabrics to the collection to fill in for greens, blues, browns and maybe a few others. My cornerstones will be a cheddar with tiny red dots and that will also find it's way into some blocks. The fabric I had selected for cornerstones ended up having gold outlining the color gold in the print. Didn't think shiny gold went with Civil War!
Marsha - Western New York
Very pretty, Marsha-SM. You're catching up very quickly.
Marsha-SM: I am adding a few extra fabrics to the collection to fill in for greens,
That's what I'm doing too because my FQ collection had none but my border fabric has all the colors. I'm using blue for the sashing and a butternut tan for the cornerstones.