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Monday, April 15, 2013

Green Wall


All of the blocks are done -- this one is a little different from the purple top I finished last week. I used a variety of backgrounds from off white to beige, which gave it a totally different look.  I also extended the X-Block into the border.

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10 comments:

Rhonda said...

Love this look. Those green show up wonderfully.

Mary said...

Great way to add interest in the borders. you are almost to the Flimsy and Time to Quilt this one...

Chris said...

It looks incredible. I love the flow into the corners.

gailss said...

I like both color ways and both are different so makes it nice if doing same design....would have a hard time deciding which one to do if only just one.....lol!
Gail

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

So pretty! I love it when blocks flow into the border.

Quilter Kathy said...

I really liked the purple version, but I like the green one even more if that's possible! So cool!

Alycia said...

What a great design!

Sarah Craig said...

Gorgeous!

Rhonda R. said...

This is beautiful. Amazing how such simple blocks make such a striking quilt.

SandyPA said...

I have also been focused on green, making one with alternating 16-patches and pinwheel blocks. Will quilt leaves on each block. I have a completed flimsy in the same pattern you are using, but with rich colors of burgundy, gold, blue and green. Will be VERY interesting in watching how you decide to quilt yours. Maybe feathered X on the X blcks and square 4-feather design on the 16-patches?