Thursday, February 11, 2010

Pink and Green headed your way, Mama

Robin's idea for her quilt blocks was awesome. I got to make the green and pink blocks. The goal was to make one straight log cabin and one wonky.

For the straight green cabin I tried to put the fabrics in shade groups light, medium, bright and dark. The middle block is a faint-ish floral that I really liked. It had all the shades in it and was perfect for the center square. Then I spiraled out using one strip of each shade as I went around. I put a star on the fabrics from my stash.
The final strip on the right is a fabric Chen sent me at the beginning of this bee. I thought it was a good addition.

Next, I worked on the pink block. This one was going to be wonky and as soon as I opened the package from Robin I knew the bunnies were going to steal the spotlight of this one. They are so flippin' cute. I LOVE making wonky log cabins and didn't really plan ahead much other than the bunny in the center. The dark pink stripes are from my stash. I didn't notice them jumping out quite as much until I cropped the picture. I hope it settles in.

Robin~Although I made these last weekend they are still in the envelope addressed and ready to go. I kept forgetting to take them to the post office with me. They are now in my bag and (as long as I don't space out again) they will be on the way to you tomorrow. I'm not blonde, but I sure can act like it sometimes. =]

4 comments:

Kris said...

These look great!! I love the pink bunnies too! I have blond moments all the time, good to know I'm not the only one. :)

Anne at Film and Thread said...

These are both so sweet looking! So nice of you to make the extra one this month.

Robin said...

They both look awesome!!! I love the little bunny in the center of the pink block-- it's perfect! Thanks so much for making two for me-- I can't wait to get them! :)

Lula Dahl said...

They look great! :)