Serratifolia – AKA Fushia! This was a fun block. I can’t believe it has been nearly a year since we started this journey. I’ve been having fun, but I do look forward to seeing this one finished.
Check out all the wonderful blocks (here). I am so amazed at the variety of fabrics and methods. There certainly is a lot of talent out there. Good job everyone!
You have done a beautiful job, Wendy. I can't get enough of these pretty flowers on your cheddar background--love it!ReplyDelete
I cannot comprehend even attempting something like this!
Your block turned out Gorgeous Wendy!ReplyDelete
I am in love with your cheddar background version of this quilt.
Beautiful! I wouldn't have believed how perfect that cheddar background would be - the colors of the leaves and flowers just shine against it!ReplyDelete
Thanks, I never knew fuschia by it's Latin name. Your blocks are all beautiful!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful block and perfect stitching!! That cheddar is delicious!!ReplyDelete
Your fuschias are so bright and fun. Keeping up for a year is a real commitment, but with your potholder approach you're much further ahead than most.ReplyDelete
Such pretty Fuschias! Love that cheddar background, too :)ReplyDelete
Your colors are gorgeous together, Wendy. I love the peach/coral/cheddar background with the blue/teal/turquoise stems and leaves.ReplyDelete
--Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)
This cheddar is the perfect combo with others colours Wendy !ReplyDelete
And your appliqué is just awesome as usual....
Bravo for this great work !
I love your blocks--the colors are so striking on the cheddar background!ReplyDelete
great block. I love the real flowers too! great selection of pinks on that cheddar backgroundReplyDelete
I am jealous that your blocks are quilted! LOL!ReplyDelete
What a lovely and kind of crazy block!ReplyDelete