Saturday, October 9, 2010

Pink Square in Square...

Here's what I did with the pink fabrics.
I put this together last night and today.

Erin, over at Why Not Sew? had 
organized a small charm swap.
 We swapped pink charms (5"). 
I thought and pondered and deliberated...
wanted to get the most out of my charms.
I finally decided on this design...
simple square in square blocks.

I used 36 charms with
Kona solids in carnation,
bright pink, and pink.
I mostly used the solids as 
contrasting values with the charms.

I may add a small border.
Measures about 51" square right now.

Easy peasy.
Pretty in Pink, indeed!

Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with all thy might. - Ecclesiastes 9:10


Anonymous said...

Whoa Jacque! What beautiful work in a short amount of time!!! Excellent choice of pattern! Simple, yet refreshing~~~

Kim said...

Loving the pink!

Farm Girl said...

You are so amazing to get that finished so quick. I just don't know how you do it. Can you just cut fabric real fast? It takes me so long to cut with my rotary cutter. I am just slow, even sewing.
That is really bright pink. Are you going to give it to Kaylynn?

Have a nice day today!

Dog Trot Farm said...

Jacque, I have to ask, do you ever sleep? Love the pink!