Friday, April 22, 2016

An Orange April

 Orange is the color of the month for April if you participate in the RSC.  I put on a big push to get them done early.

The Navajo block in oranges.  The dark is called longhorn, and the light is an apricot.  I mean apricot is light orange right?

Setting them all together love the secondary pattern where the corners meet.  I have been choosing the colors based upon colors I think of in the southwest.

Then a review of the rest of my blocks.



Twisted Blossom


Crown and Star


Saw Toothed Square

Fancy Foxes


Since I have this stuff done, maybe I need to start working on finishing some quilts for the quilt show, and the guild challenge. 

8 comments:

krislovesfabric said...

Yay for orange, they all look great :)

Needled Mom said...

Great oranges!!

Rebecca in AK said...

Great job getting all your orange blocks done for April! These are all going to wonderful quilts. I especially like those Navajo blocks!

Julierose said...

All looking good--REALLY love that Navajo pattern--neat...hugs, Julierose

Missy Shay said...

I love all of your blocks, I get confused if I try to do several different blocks at once. LOL

Baa. xxx said...

Such lovely blocks - love seeing them all!

sewyouquilt2 said...

you have some great quilt blocks there. lots of beautiful quilts in the making for sure.

Carol S. said...

So many great looking blocks! Love those foxes and how you've brought them all together with the different colors.