AnneMarie over at Gen X Quilters has designed a very creative BOM using traditional blocks juxtaposed with inverse blocks! Come check out her blog and join the fun!
For my colors, I really wanted to incorporate Pantone’s color of the year – radiant orchid.
I took this pic using my camera phone so the quality is not great, but gives you an idea of the colors I’m using. I’ve listed the fabrics below the photo.
A: Kona solid in Snow
B: Kona solid in Lupine
C: Mesh Texture Taupe (03437-70) from Cachet by Benartex
D: Suede Violet by P&B Textiles
E: Studio Stash in Pistachio (AJS-13573-52) by Jennifer Sampou for Robert Kaufman
F: Small Flower Pink Taupe (03435-70) from Cachet by Benartex
The small flower print is a larger scale print that I hope will work with this project. I’m fussy-cutting pieces from my yardage (which I got on sale for 1/2 price at a LQS!!).
The January blocks came together pretty quickly and AnneMarie’s instructions are a perfect balance between text descriptions and photo diagrams.
I’ve decided to make the 9″ blocks to make a lap sized quilt.
Here are my two January blocks: the traditional block and its inverse.
And another shot with my block inspector:
Thanks again to AnneMarie for designing and hosting this BOM. I hope to see you join us!
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Those are some very handsome blocks! Glad to see they passed inspection!
Your blocks are very pretty! Love that you used the orchid color.
I think it is obvious which version your little inspector prefers! 🙂