Block 10

Block 10I’m pleased with the colour combinations on this one, and the more rich autumnal tone is what I’ve been after. I think the corner pieces are straighter than this photo makes them look, I hope it’s just warping on the photo! Finding the green fabrics at the Knitting and Stitching show has definitely made a difference, and this time I’ve put two colours at the edges that match with another block, so I’ve got 3 or 4 that actually go together (out of 10…!). Now for another one with the bright modern owl in the centre, I think, but I’ll see if I can get it blend with another block. The trouble is that now spring is getting nearer, I want to use pretty light spring colours, and am getting fed up with doing fat geese, I want to try something different! To be patient and stick at it so that I don’t have a half-finished project lying around, or to give in and alternate this and a spring lap quilt I have  in mind? I’ll do an owl first, and hold the line!!

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