Saturday, July 15, 2017

"Flowers" Block C

I get so excited when it is time to show the next block.  Not so much to show mine but to see what Karen has done.  This block is called Glories.  Better known as Morning Glories.


I feel the blue is a little too bright, but my husband who is color blind says it's just right....lol  The fabric looks brighter in the photo.



Just a reminder...Above is block A and below is block B.



I am really enjoying working on these blocks.  They are large and go quickly.

Next up we will be sharing Block D.

Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for stopping by.

Hugs, Cathy

10 comments:

Karen said...

The "Glories" block is one I enjoyed stitching very much. I think it would make a wall hanging with some kind of border but am not planning on doing it. Your post is well done today with showing all the blocks in one post.

I did not know your husband is color blind. Is it just certain colors or all? I saw on television recently some kind of glasses (not sure if you would call them glasses) that allow a color blind person to see color.

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Love the blue glories--love blue ones--yet i love pink ones, oh and I love purple ones!!!! Nice blocks--and they do look like they were fun to stitch-
enjoy the moments, di

Janet O. said...

Such a pretty color for your "Glories"! These blocks have a fun, whimsical feel to them.

Roxanne said...

I really like the morning glories block--bright and cheerful!

Barb said...

these are such charming blocks!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

The morning glories are beautiful and look realistic. You are moving up the alphabet

Sharon said...

Very nice blocks. Maybe using a little of the 'bright' blue in another block will tie it together in the end. Looks great.

Lori said...

Those are such fun blocks!!

Needled Mom said...

Those are so beautiful.

Nancy said...

I love all of your flowers but especially the morning glories. They do just what morning glories should: brighten someone's morning! To make them which fabric do you put on top?