Monday, March 23, 2009

Sewconnected: February Blocks

I got behind on my blocks for the sewconnected group this past month :(, but I am slowly catching up! The block above is for Stefanie and she wanted straight lines. I like the modern feel to all the solid fabrics and the color combination she used.
The next two blocks are for Katy. She sent Liberty fabrics which I was scared to cut up! I went with traditional patterns for these prints. Once again, I love the fabrics she sent. Her quilt will be beautiful!
I have started on the one block I need to make for March so it will be finished this week. It feels great to be catching up on projects!

9 comments:

APA said...

Yes, totally loving the block you created for Stefanie for its contemporary flair...perfect! Those are gorgeous solids.

Uhm and I've not browsed Liberty fabrics that I remember. Sounds like a little online search is in my day. I like that you went more traditional as that's what I feel with these floral prints, too. Beautiful work! And a beautiful day to you!

SewAmy said...

love your blocks. I wish you were in my sewconnected group. I am in #3.

jacquie said...

love your block for stef. that is going to be one fab quilt. i know what you mean about getting behind. hate that feeling.

APA said...

Me, again!

For your friendship, in celebration of your talent, there's a little something over on my blog for you!

Happy day!

Ana :)

Andi said...

They are all lovely!
Andi :-)

Stephanie D. said...

I've seen the Liberty lines mentioned several times, but haven't really paid a whole lot of attention. Those florals are cute, though. And I like the solids together.

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

amazing blocks Audrey! better late than never :)

bearbear said...

Stefanie's block, to me, has a feel of a landscape of a big city (you know, lots of buildings, architechture, texture-like colors?). I like it. And the pink with black is so exciting. You totally amaze me all the time, audrey!

FoulkeArt said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the two blocks with the Liberty fabrics