Friday, April 15, 2016

Plans


I have finished piecing all the wacky pinwheel blocks!
Look what was featured on a recent email from Keepsake Quilting!
Yes, the same block just arranged in positive and negative colors!
Pretty amazing!
My box of Gulf Native Sheep wool roving just arrived! I didn't feel up to buying a fleece and processing it all myself this time.   I am thinking this needs to be dyed with the prickly pear cactus juice I am fermenting!  



11 comments:

  1. Those pieces certainly are a wacky shape! I love shapes like that, that tesselation. So clever😀
    Jillxo

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  2. That roving looks so fluffy!!!! What color will you get with the prickly pear juice? Will it stay red?

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  3. Yummy roving... it will be fun to watch its transformation!

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  4. Your quilting is awesome~~~~ Prickly pear dye sounds really neat

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  5. That quilt block looks fun. I love the material you chose for it.
    I made soap with prickly pear juice once and it was a very pretty purple.

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  6. What a great iteration of the block!

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  7. I haven't finished my wacky pinwheels and I love the way the positive/negative interpretation works. I just might make mine up that way.

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  8. I love your blocks! How clever to use the main color on the outside! I may have to re-cut some of mine!

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  9. Nice finish for your blocks. Good luck with dyeing the rovings.

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  10. Nice job on your wacky pinwheels! I love them scrappy.

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