Applique in May – Eye Candy


Here are a few close up pictures from Sally's quilt and some of my observations. The pictures of the entire quilt had too many shadows from the trees over the deck to I'm taking it to the store today and will spread it out there. It's the only place I have enough open floor space without moving furniture and that doesn't sound like fun.

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Most of the triangles surrounding the blocks are from this fabric. Luckily in this triangle only one of the print flowers has fallen away giving us a good look at the fabric.

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This shows the two red prints used in the triangles and the double pink print used in the sashing and flowers. I'll have to go back and see if there's a pattern to the use of the red prints or if it looks like she ran out of the flower print and had to some up with a substitute.

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All of the cheddar pieces are this adorable polka dot. The pink in the flowers is the same fabric as the sashing. The red and green are solid colors.

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The second red print.

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The only blue in the quilt. It's a darling sprig with a white dot flower.

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Green solid color binding with machine stitching!

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The only brown print in the quilt used for this bud and the black eyed susan center. It looks like a chocolate indigo.

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Muslin backing

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These little flowers were stitched using that dastardly red flower print and now have holes.

That's it for today. Here's the next block.

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Sally Post Floral Sampler Block 34

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