I must not have been paying very good attention in any of my art classes in school because I had no CLUE what a tertiary color was! So thanks, Jen for the lesson in color although I am still not sure what I picked are proper tertiary colors. One is definitely marigold, the other is somewhere between blue and purple but not sure if it falls in the category of tertiary.
I was so excited when the points on the inside block all matched! YAY!
I must have gotten a little cocky and needed humbling because the very next thing I did was this . . . These are supposed to be the same. Ugh.
After several ripping sessions to rectify multiple goofs, I FINALLY got the block done. Hope you like, it, Jen!
Poodle done! And now I’ll search my stash for some pink or wine to send with it. Karen, thanks so much for making up those labels for us. That was a SUPER help!
If you have a rotating cutting mat, this project is a good one to pull it out for!
I was so excited to get this done that I took a picture right away. It could use a good pressing. 🙂 Now to search my stash for a nice pink or wine for Karen’s happy mail!
Kate, you stretched me on this one. I’ve not done wonky anything before and it was all I could do not to make everything symmetrical! In fact, one of the trees and one of the gnomes look pretty symmetrical. I tried. I really did! 😀 But here is my final product:
Hi Sue, I am hoping that if I get my block mailed within the month of February I’m still within our guidelines? Hope so! Here is my block for you and it is going out in tomorrow’s mail.
Color, Creating, and Quilting
I’m Janice at Color, Creating, and Quilting and I’m losing my mind! No, I’m just kidding but I did think I had already done my intro blog post for Bee Inspired and after checking through the blog realized I have not! So this is just a little blurb to let you know I am actually intending to participate and will try to get that post up tonight . . . along with Sharon’s block, which hopefully she has already received.