Par of the green box cleanout. still lots more
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Good job, Theresa!! I like your idea of going from color to color and making quilts. If I can remember, I'd like to do that next year. This year is working on UFO's.
Now I'm inspired to do a better job sorting all my fabrics by color! Very nice!
This is just the top, wrinkly because there is a doorknob underneath. I have to find a better way to hang for pictures.
I didn't notice the wrinkles or the door - I only noticed what a great quilt you made. I agree - really a good idea to use one focus color to reduce your stash. Very pretty!
Green is my favorite color and I really like this one! You've done a good job on using the same value of greens!
So would you call that a green colorway?
Green is my Mom's favorite color, and she would adore that quilt! And I see the blocks are each a little bit different, which would keep you from getting bored while constructing them.
I love it!
I love it! Jacob's Ladder is one I've always loved. Your greens worked out so well. Good job.
I love the greens in this quilt.
To me it has a forest look, if that makes sense.
I tried to get this look with a Stacked Coins quilt that I did but couldn't quite bring it off.
It looked more Xmas than forest.
Yours is wonderful.
Theresa, you've made a really great quilt. I love it. I can't imagine having a stash so large that you could make a quilt like that from it. Nice work.
Pretty! It makes me want to start another one...
I think it's a beautiful quilt! I have a sibling who loves anything green and your quilt made me think of her. :-)
Best to you,
I really like the JL pattern. I love your fabrics.
Theresa, your quilt looks great! Thanks for sharing it with us. I like green too.
Lovely...reminds me of the garden...well done. Looking forward to having a stash large enough to do the same some day.
Very nice. What an interesting way to use your stash.
I thought of my mom who likes green, just like Julie!! Beautiful quilt
Theresa, You did a beautiful job. I need to start doing that - picking a color box and putting things together. I do love the JL pattern!