Sunday, November 28, 2010
It's a Butter Churn...
...and I really like it. This is the November project for LePetite...Butter Churn by This & That...I sure had fun doing this one. I used Maison de Garance by French General...and I have to tell you, I am in LOVE with the fabric. I also put some Park Avenue by 3 Sisters in for the blue...this seems to be a pattern for me...I'm using those lines of fabric in my Rosettes too. Just can't get enough of these fabrics!
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Carol, I just love your Butter Churn! The colors look so rich. I really like that you mixed Park Avenue in too. Perfect! I'm just starting mine right now as I write this. Nothing like going down to the wire!
Wow, thats an amazing block.
It looks great Carol! I'm working on mine right now. I've go to go finish!
That is yummy!
I really like those colors, too. Haven't been shopping lately for fabric so I don't really know what's out there. STILL going through my stash from when I closed my shop 7 years ago!
I just bought a jelly roll of Maison de Garance - love it! What size are your squares in this? blessings, marlene
Oh, it's beautiful, Carol. You've been busy, busy, busy!!!
Love the fabrics and the quilt pattern too. Lovely work!
Wow that is gorgeous! Love the colors.
I love how intricate it is. The colors are beautiful.
I love it too! Park Avenue matches well with Maison de Garance. I have a layer cake of Maison de Garance, don't know what I'll make with it yet. I love Park Avenue fabric, guess that's why I have so much of it. Good job on your Butter Churn quilt, mine is almost done.
Ohhh I really like it! Great fabric choices! :-)
Gorgeous! Gotta get some of that fabric...wonderful choice for your quilt!
That is an absolutely stunning block!!
I love this block, and the little bit of blue you threw in, perfect! There's just a touch of blue in a couple of the floral prints of Maison de Garance, I was disappointed a few blue prints weren't added to that family. I wonder if it's too late to get some of that Park Avenue, those two families do play well together.
So pretty. The colors are gorgeous and I love little churn dashes.
I love the block and the colors you used
Its a beautiful block and I am with you on the fabrics - they are wonderful! Happy Birthday - a little belated.
oh my that is scrumptious! I love those fabric lines too and they do play well together!
It's gorgeous! The French General fabric is so wonderful. I'm not sure a bad quilt could be made from it.
It's beautiful Carol -- I love the pretty colors!
Your Butter Churn is beautiful! I love the fabrics together.
Absolutely gorgeous....I love the fabric. ...
Love it Carol. Love those fabrics too. Anything by Sherry is good in my book.
i've seen this fabric in the store and it is gorgeous. nice job.
I love this block. And you have used some nice colours. Very pretty.
Your Butter Churn is absolutely beautiful! Love the French General line!!
This is the second Butter Churn I have seen today. Another Schnibble. They make such nice smaller size quilts.
I love it!! It looks great with the blue added. Wonderfully inspired addition.
Love the block and the fabric!
I just love everything about this quilt! The pattern, colors...how you put it all together. It's beautiful!
That is really cute! I'm going to have to see if I can't find something to make using those lines - just love the combo you chose! Wishing you a belated Happy Birthday!
OOO, I really like it too.
What a stunning quilt. How do I get the pattern? Thank you for sharing
I am LOVING the fabric choice you used, Carol.
I have purchased more than I care to share of the "Park Avenue" line. I think I have such a fondness for it because it reminds me of "Chocolat" they put out a couple years ago that I am hoarding. LOL
Happy Saturday to you dear Lady.
This is really cute. I would love to make a small one of these, wonder if I could keep from making it huge? lol
As usual you did a wonderful job.
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