I’ve got this Barn Quilt Block idea that I’ve been playing with.
It started with pulling out my Prisma colors that I still have from high school.
Although I’m not much for drawing out quilt design, I still use them here and there when it comes to a traditional square block. My original thought was robin egg blue, white, grey and orange. One of my favorite color ways.
Drygoods Design carries the Michael Miller Cotton Couture which I’m drawn to more and more. The hand is soft and the weight perfect for quilting.
My color way changed when Keli and I picked this Michael Miller Les Amis Ripples flannel up.
Does the color way look familiar?
I put them all together with some purple. It’s interesting how color and value are relative, the purple makes the grey in the flannel appear to have a purple tint. I’m looking forward to working with more of these solids.
Quilt’s basted, quilting tomorrow.
*Gorgeous*!! 🙂 You are soo talented!! Love your creations! 🙂
I love the colors you use in your quilts 🙂
Thanks, I LOVE color!
On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 10:50 PM, SEW KATIE DID
I’ve been drooling over this ever since I found you on instagram (this week)! Love it so much.
Thanks for sharing your design process and your fabric selection. The finished block is beautiful!
I love the colours! I would fancy a little more red but this looks great 🙂