I’ve signed up to participate in another quilt block swap with my sister’s guild. For this latest swap, we have to make 6 blocks using primary colors and a specific block called “Country Lanes.”
I’m really enjoying making swap blocks because they often use color combinations or patterns that I haven’t tried. I looked through my stash for primary colors that would really pop together.
I used batiks, but found out that I only had enough of the original yellow color for 4 blocks. For the last 2 blocks, I used a substitute yellow that I actually like better than the first one! Since the blocks are going to 6 different people, the difference in yellow fabric should be fine.
Here’s a stack of blocks:
Do the colors pop for you? I like the bright snap of these colors together.
Here’s another look at all 6 blocks together. In this picture, the 2 right-side blocks are the ones using the different yellow:
And, finally, what quilt block can be considered ready until it has received an official cat inspection:
My next step is to package up these swap blocks and mail them to my sister. I can’t wait to see what blocks I’ll get in return!