When the Ribbon Flower collection was released last week, I was in the middle of a harpsichord block – which, of course, got dropped midway through so I could go play with the Ribbon Flower. Now it’s finished and has joined the other finished ones in the Harpsichord Quilt project box.
When I knew a Ribbon Flower collection was going to be released, I started pulling fabrics that I thought might work together rather nicely. This was the combination that I couldn’t resist for my next ribbon flower.
A few minutes and I had all the pieces printed and cut out, ready to sew. This time there are no batiks. This one will be a bit different than the first pink one as I’m not using all the same shapes.
Jake was very focused on something out on the roof garden yesterday afternoon and didn’t, I think, realize what was going on at the base of the kitty tree.
Where Baxter was very intently staring up at Jake and was about to leap up on to the kitty tree.
We like the Blues….. those are very pretty blue’s Cathi….
Whistling a tune… greens, greens, greens,…..
for the harpsichord of course…..
can’t wait to see the next ribbon flower finished… the added shapes have me intrigued
It has been fun pulling out fabrics to play with, with Ribbon Flower! I’ve got so many ideas – I can’t wait to do them all! There are actually fewer shapes in this one than there were in the pink batik one I finished. The look will be quite different.
Nice colours Cathi. Looking forward to seeing them put together into the next ribbon block.
Thanks, Liz! I think half the fun is just choosing fabrics for each block! I hope to have this one finished for Friday’s post.