Monday, February 7, 2011

Empty the Wall for February

I finished sewing together all the LeMoyne stars and moved everything over so that I would have a nice space for the next project.  I'm working on a journal quilt for the Color Palette Challenge at 3Creative studios.
This is as far as I have gotten.  I pulled out these fabrics, then I pulled out a bunch more of the brown and blue stuff, but I decided I was overwhelmed and put all but these away.  That fabric on the top is a really dark green.
In between watching the Packers win the Superbowl, I managed a little snow-dyeing this weekend.  I'll put up pictures after I wash them out.

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9 comments:

Bonnie said...

wow... snow dying looks fun. Hum, I wonder what those brown, gold pink? fabrics will be?

Karen M said...

I pulled fabrics for the color pallette challenge also, and haven't been able to figure out what to do with them. The challenge is so wide open, I don't seem to be able to grab onto an idea. The time is going by fast, though....

Barb said...

I love your design wall and snow dying...I am dying to see them.

Jo said...

Snow dying..never tried that!?

Beth said...

Can't wait for the big reveal... to bad we have to wait for the batch and rinse!!! Looks like you have enough snow to keep dying right through spring!!! We had a thunderstorm again today.

I am in the process of making a design wall!!! Woo hoo the one thing I think I miss the most... OK one of many things I miss the most.

Julie Kaye from KS said...

Your blocks just amaze me. So vibrant.
I was talking to my adult daughter about snow dyeing. Sounds like fun/work. And goodness knows there is enough snow around to do it.

Robbie said...

Well, get busy there gal! There's a BIG empty spot! love the stars...

Alycia said...

very cool - i have never tried snow dying, but got supplies for sun dying - going to try this summer, I hope ;-)

Jan said...

Can't wait to see how your snow dyes came out.