Friday, June 29, 2012

Can you believe?

I can hardly believe it, myself, but this.................yes, THIS..........is my 300th post!  I added them all up and that's how come I know!  Who knew I'd ever get to this point when I started blogging?  Not me, that's for sure!  I still have my "Blogging for Dummies" book that bought that started this whole mess, too!  I should have taken a picture of it!  With the amount of computer knowledge I have, you KNOW that this is a miracle!!  Actually getting through that book was a miracle since I didn't have a clue half the time on what they were talking about!!!  (Good thing I have smart friends to help me, huh?  I'm sooooo thankful for them!!  YOU know who you are, you sweetie, you!!!  And for the other one too, who has helped me lots!  And made my awesome blog header.)

I thought we should celebrate!  Dontcha think?  A long time ago, I was blessed with this:


Now, I've thought of various things I could do with all those various 21 fat quarters of red since I got it, but believe it or not, I think I already have most of them in my big "solids" bin which is the size of a small coffin.  (Seriously, I could bury a child in that bin!!  Just ask my friends!)  But, I'm getting off subject.......back to the stack!  I think I will bless a follower with it!  How would that be?  Hopefully, it won't take me a week to get back here to announce the winner.  I don't know what my problem is lately.......although my back has been bothering me and I'm really not sewing much.  I've been pumping Advil like it's going out of style!!  

Just leave a note on what you think you'd make..........maybe you'll inspire me!  I think I need it!  So get your thinking caps on.  I'm sure you'll come up with something good!  






137 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Oh, I have a Gee Bend quilt I would love to make. This bundle of red with a bit of black and sprig of mushroom - I just might get that one done up in a hurry!

Andrea R said...

Mmmmmmmm red! I would mix in a whole pile of white and some red and white prints, with some HSTs and.. and...

Inspiration is hitting, I;d need to go play. :D

Zany Quilter said...

I'm in the Las Vegas Modern Quilt Guild and I think we would use it for a challenge/charity quilt for an upcoming auction. We would likely pair it with an earthy khaki or bone color in some sort of modern pattern...It would be a shared project with every member making a block or two from the same fabrics....

ShirleyC said...

I can think of several ways to use them. I know they would come in handy as accent colors for some I Spy quilts I want to make for the grands.
Thanks for a chance to win!

Lynda said...

I have been wanting to make a bargello quilt for such a long time, and I believe this stack would make an awesome start on a small project (tackle the small ones before investing in the large ones). I like to make quilts for children, but also for chemo and dialysis patients

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

I have the perfect project! The theme for our quilt guild show next year is "fanning the flame".....so I have a plan in mind of abstract flames in lots of different shades of red and orange! This fabric would be great!!

Chelley said...

Red is my favorite color! I'd like to mix these with some natural linen to make a semi-scrappy quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Terri in BC said...

Wow, so many ideas come to mind. I could add them to my Red & White quilt project, cut cornerstones for my Farmer's wife project or start a new quilt with my new favourite colour combo, aqua and red! So many quilts, so litte time. Congrats on 300 posts and thanks for the opportunity.

karen said...

red quilt! red red red!
maybe I'd add in some more color(s)... maybe not.

Wendy said...

I would make an "Around The World" quilt with all those spicy colors! it would be fabulous in those colors. Congrats on your 300th post. And a big thank you for such a blessing for whomever wins this yummy stack of spice!

Kim said...

I've been making smaller projects lately and love to pair a print or two with a solid, so I'd likely use the stack here and there for things like that vs all in one quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

B Greene said...

There is a great pattern called Garnets and Rubies that I have had my eye on along time. It Is done it just two fabrics (I think) of red and white, but I would use your wonderful stack of mixed reds to spice it up a bit! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Sara said...

Is there a paper pieced lady bug? Maybe a only quilt too:)

You should get a massage:)

Cindy said...

Congrats on your 300th post! :) Such a wonderful accomplishment. I do enjoy seeing all your creations.

(no need to enter me in the give-away..I just wanted to congratulate you)

Jennifer said...

too early to start thinking christmas??

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

I really hope your back feels better soon!! Hate for you to have to purchase stock in advil, and worst of all, you're missing out on quality sewing time. Take care of yourself. Cyndi

Aliceart said...

My guild has a red and white challenge going into next year, and what fun it would be to combine all the different shades into a quilt. Maybe an abstract free pieced one or a shaded pineapple. Mmmmmm!

stitchinpenny said...

Christmas Quilt - connecting threads has santas and I would love to use these to create frames around them.

Teje said...

Hi Carol! Is there a book for blogging?! I wish I knew that two years ago when I spent days and nights trying to learn by myself - that was a real challenge!
Congratulations to your 300 wonderful posts! You have given so much inspiration to us!
When I look your red-orange-brown bundle, I think old earth coloured red houses that we have in Finland and Benta in Slikstitches just told about them in Norway.
Also I think about the 'red' ground here in Greece, strong orange sun ... still houses are strongly in my 'view'!
Thank you for sharing those beautiful fabrics!
Sunny wishes! x Teje

Ellyn said...

bags. tons of bags! For Christmas gifts! YES!

magarli said...

Yo haria un quilt de estrellas, un abrazo y felicidades

Chris said...

I would make an Irish chain quilt... love red and white
Chris x

Brita said...

Yummy! Love, love reds! I think a tesselating all red pinwheels or Twister-style quilt would be one of those that knocks your sox off, don't you? Congrats on your 300, amazing!

Kerstin said...

I would make a wallhanging for my new livingroom.
I love your blog!!!
liebe Grüße
kerstin

J.J. said...

I think a red and white double wedding ring quilt would be in the future for that.

Linda said...

HELLO! RED is my most favorite color! I'd make a red+white table cloth for sure>replacing that drab thing we have now!
Thank you so for sharing such a beautiful+generous Giveaway!

msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

Dorian said...

My son is coming up on 18, and he would love a new quilt made with these colors! Thank you.

Andra Gayle said...

they would make a great bargello quilt or an amish something.

Sonia B said...

I've wanted to make a giant circle quilt with radiating arcs in one color scheme . . . hmmmm. Thanks for all the inspiration you send out into the quilty world. I love your work. Thanks for the chance.

syglad said...

I would have made ​​me a red and white quilt for Christmas ..
I love red and white, many different blocks would have been nice ...

Quiltjane said...

I would make a quilt named 'red dancing shoes'

Barb and Sharon said...

Wow, that's a lot of red. I have a big piece of Poppy fabric that I'm itching to cut into. That bundle of red would match the fabric perfectly. We'll see!
Barb@Witsend

Barbara said...

oh my dear lady, I do believe that I have been with you since the beginning- you are my Inspiration with your zany sense of humor and creativity. Thank you for your blog - otherwise, at the age of 60, I'd never have bought a HUGE box of Crayola Crayons and begum my fun designing mandalas =]

That stack of fabric screams a great summertime quilt to me

Thanks again for everything

Terry@ iluvmybugs said...

I've been wanting to make a Dresden block quilt in red and white so these would be perfect for that. Thanks for the sweet giveaway and congrats on your 300th post!!!

Tiffaney said...

I would love to make a flying geese quilt what shows off the color graduation

Colleen said...

I think I would do fun blocks from the new Shape Workshop For Quilters.

marysza said...

what I would make? well a quilt! I don't make much quilts but it would be definetely a quilt from these fabrics!! :)

Jessica said...

Oh, I love these colors! I would love to make a really pretty all-solids red quilt.

Debbie said...

Oh my goodness! These are so pretty! I would make a black, grey,and red quilt for my nephew, who has been waiting a long time for a quilt! Thank you for a chance to win! And congrats on # 300.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Congratulations on 300! :-) And I do love your header!
I also love red! Of course I would make a quilt!~ maybe something with the different shades going from the top left to the bottom right.. I have always wanted to try that. Thanks for the chance! Have a happy weekend!

Lisa E said...

Congrats on your 300th posting. Your quilts are such an inspiration to me. I would love to make a modern, all solid quilt, my first ever. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

Yumm yumz by patticakes said...

I have two ideas - one is an appliqued wall hanging from Deck the Halls by Cheryl Almgren Taylor called "Pomegranates and Posies."
The second is a fabric "mural" to hang above the bed in my guest bedroom of California Poppies.
Whomever wins will be very lucky indeed - Thank you so much as always for your generosity!

Shannon said...

I would take the top half and put it in a quilt with some of my others solids and make a guy quilt for the quilt ministry. Then I'd use the bottom half for a boys quilt. I think it would go beautifully with this dog print I just bought. Congrats on your 300th post!

Anonymous said...

300+ virtual hugs for your 300th post from your adoring blog fans!! Congratulations!!
I would definitely make a "French Roses" quilt; pattern by Heather French. I don't think I've seen it made in solids, but there's always a first for everything. Did I tell you that red is my favorite color, well it truly is, but I've never made a red quilt. Red is a bold, passionate color, for the daring... (lol). If you're not familiar with the pattern simply google: French Roses Quilts, then click on images and you'll see plenty of quilt examples. In fact if you haven't already made one I think you will be inspired to do so---its all raw edge flowers (now I know I have your attention :) Again, congrats
brendatexan@hotmail.com
P.S. Don't bury any kids...

Pokey said...

Happy 300th post, wow, that's some posting! RED is my favorite color, and that bundle would go far with the red prints I've collected to make a queen sized quilt. Dresden, maybe, or maybe a sampler---
Thank you for the opportunity!
:-}pokey

brownj6610 said...

I'd add some blues and whites and make several quilts of valor.

Mimi said...

I know that I would make a quilt and I'm thinking something with a log cabin theme would look pretty awesome. Thanks for your generosity, you're so sweet!

Poppyprint said...

Congratulations!!! I'm so happy you started blogging. I love to see your works of art in process here. I've always wanted to make a 2 colour quilt with red and white with the Tip-a-canoe block. I am not sure I could stand making the whole thing out of only one red, though and this stack would easily solve that!

I hope your back is feeling better soon. Having recently spent 4 days in bed with a spasm, you have my full sympathy and hope for a quick resolution. Took me 3 massages and 3 chiro appt's (plus rest!!) to put things right. What a pain!

Cathy said...

Something log cabin-y or maybe a wonky star quilt???????

Susan said...

I have a brand new book - Red Home - just the right thing!! Thanks as always for your ongoing amusing posts and awesomely artistic work!

Mary said...

Congratulations on your 300 post. You have such a wonderful blog.
I think I would make some lovely tote bags, and some cute zipper pouches!
Have a super great day!

Berta said...

I would make the merry merry snowmen quilt!

Momto3inIL said...

Not sure what I would make, but I have one son that LOVES Red! So it would be something for him!

Kathy said...

Congratulations on 300 posts! I didn't know there was a Blogger for Dummies book - I may have to go searching for that!

I'd make a modern wall hanging for my son's new apartment. I mostly do traditional stuff, so that would be a stretch for me.

Mary said...

The 4th of July is coming up next week. at Patriotic Quilt would be fun to make with all the different REDS. Red goes with Many holiday in the year. Thanks for the chance to win it! I didn't know there was a Blogging for dummies book. Congrats on 300 posts.

Anya said...

Oh goodness, I think I'd have to use those beautiful solids to try my hand at one of the quilts in Modern Quilting. Time for me to stop looking at the book and actually make something using the techniques!

Congrats on reaching such a great blogging milestone!

Kathleen said...

I would probably purchase white and make a red and white quilt....I have seen so many pretty ones on the blogs....thanks for the giveaway...and congrats for 300 posts...

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

I still have to (want to) make a quilt for one of my children (the other three have one eash) and he wants red, white and grey so this bundle would be my jumping off point into making it for him. Congrats on the 300 posts, Your blog is so inspiring xx

Jeanne said...

I would love to make a red and white quilt. Already have the white yardage... :-)

Kathy H said...

Beautiful colors. I would make an autumn quilt of baskets of apples.

Michelle said...

I'm not sure what I'd make...something with free pieced letters?

Laura said...

I love your blog! Congratulations on reaching 300! You are such an inspiration!
I would make a strip quilt in reds and whites.

Cindy said...

I've been itching to make a red and white quilt and those colors would be wonderful to work with! Congrats on your 300th post and thanks for the opportunity!

Ariane said...

I'd love to win this fabric. Red is my favorite color!!! I think I would try making a quilt like this one by Lesly!!

http://pickledish.blogspot.ca/2011/08/better-late-than-never.html

Check it out!! It's gorgeous!!!

Congrats on your 300th post! You have an amazing blog!!

Nanette said...

What luck I just found you yesterday from a Pinterest link. I would love to star sampler quilt with white and blues mixed in, that would be sharp!!

Linda said...

A Zigzag quilt. I can just see all those lovely colours mixed with a few prints. Happy 300th! As a novice blogger with MUCH to learn I am impressed! Linda on travjonuk@ yahoo.com

Jill said...

Congrats on 300! I would make a red and white quilt as I have loved them since the New York exhibition.

Sami:) said...

This fabric reminds me of beautiful fall leaves, so I think I would make a quilt with the "leaf" theme:) Thanks for the opportunity!:)

Annie said...

300 totally inspirational, entertaining, creative, unique blog posts...CONGRATS !!! Not bad girlfriend! Nice stack of reds for a lucky quilter!

Mom2RyandSis said...

Definitely have to go for a solid red quilt :) Thanks for the chance to win!

Judy D in WA said...

Congrats on 300! I think I would have to hug those FQs until inspiration hit me. Thanks for the chance.

AJ said...

Ohhh lovely! I love rading your blog! I'd make a quilt of course...one for my sister who is moving to start a new job soon!

Christine M said...

Congratulations on 300 posts. I don't know what I'd make with them but red is my favourite colour. I'm sure I'd come up with something! Thanks for the chance.

TexPat said...

Congrats on 300 postings! I really enjoy your blog. Now, what would I make with that fabulous stack of fabric??? Something red? Modern? freepieced? Maybe black, grey & red? So many possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win.

Leanne said...

Wow, 300 posts is wonderful! I love that stack, I would be inclined to make something modern and striking, maybe improv.

Bronwyn Beazley said...

I've been thinking about the all solids quilt that is on my one-day list, and thinking I should combine that with my new fascination for half rectangle triangles. It would look awesome in red solids. ;)

Nima Titus said...

wow..congrats on 300th post...

solid red...that's going to be lovely for little cathedral windows i'm planning to work on..looking out for solids in red and orange...thank you so much for the chance to win

Elisabeth said...

Congratulations on your 300th post! Great achievement.
That bundle is a dream. My mother-in-law's favourite colour is red os I would make her a quilt for Christmas.
Thank you for a fabulous giveaway!

Beezus said...

Oh, pretty pretty. I've been saving up reds and black and white prints to make a Dear Jane quilt. Think these would work just fine with that. ;)

Congrats on 300! I don't think I even have 30 down . . . I think about blogging a lot more than I actually do. lol

Karen said...

I just received quilting modern and I'm thinking that stack would be a good start to my modern journey!

Jackie said...

Happy 300 and many more! I have very little in the way of solids in my stash. I'd love to win this and have a nice stash of solids to being incorporating in my quilts.

Kirsten N said...

I would love to make something like the "Centered Quilt" from Quilting MOdern. It would look just as amazing in these shades of red!Congrats on the 300 posts too:)

Britt-Inger said...

Congratulation to you. I think I will play with all the reds with some ideas from Elizabeth Hartman´s book
Modern Patchwork.
The book gives so much inspirations to play, maybe it could be the quilt with the small bird houses.

Margaret said...

I've been wanting to make a quilt with shades of red mixed with white for ages, so this would get me going. Congratulations to you for 300 posts.

craftykaren said...

I would make two quilts for friend's children going off to college. These colors would really improve the decor of a dorm room!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Those are my sister's colors. I'd have to finally make her the mantle quilt that I promised her about 5 years ago.
Nancy
nkadenver@yahoo.com

Kathy said...

What a great stack of reds! I would make a schoolhouse quilt using the pattern from this year's June Block Lotto. Congrats on your 300th post.

Maxine said...

I'd love to make a Storm at Sea quilt with these reds.

9patchnurse said...

I have several modern quilt books with gorgeous quilts made from solids. I would sit on my deck in my swing with a cup of coffee and pick JUST the right project. Those colors are deelish! Congratulations on 300 posts!

puntadas de una peregrina said...

Haria una gran colcha comenzando por el más claro y acabando por el más oscuro, posiblemente log cabin grandote.

Haces una cosas preciosas, me gusta todo lo que coses, que mejore tu espalda.

Un saludo

Maria

Nan S. said...

I would use these reds to make patriotic, Christmas, and Valentine quilts.

Linda Coleman said...

I would make a Dresden plate quilt

Happyme said...

I am in a group where we are planning a quilt to make together for an upcoming church auction. We were thinking of making a flying geese geese quilt in long strips, like a coin quilt, and I think the gradual shades of reds would be stunning with a cream colored background..my fingers are crossed!

Leslie said...

Trip Around the World with all solids. Thanks for the chance to win.

Jeanie said...

Congratulations! I think I'd make something (wall hanging, probably) that was flame themed. Fire. Thanks for the opportunity and Happy 100th!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Congratulations on your 300th post. Would make something by Cherry House if I won, maybe a red Tempest. Thanks for the chance to win, looking forward to 300 more posts.

Cindy said...

I have no idea what I would make with that lovely stash of reds.....I might send it back to you and ask for a family of red birds!

Congratulations on your 300th post. Who'd a thunk it?!

Jo said...

Firstly congrats on your 300posts, well done. I have a plan for a red work quilt and have been collecting red fabrics ( about 6 so far) so these would be added to that collection. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Nicole H. said...

I would make something with lots of stripes, or maybe a more traditional thing - Irish chain maybe?

And my friend Shane co-wrote BFD!! He is awesome and funny in real life. I will tell he you found the book helpful. Congrats on 300 posts. How many projects has that been anyway?

Girltwin64 said...

Carol, first off congrats! That is so amazing to me as I just can't get the hang of blogging myself. I think I maybe have 15 posts in 3 years on mine...LOL
That is a very pretty stack of solids. I immediately thought of a flower garden with red poppies, roses and other redish flowers...then I think it would be cool to bring in color with prints only. I could never do as good of a job as you but I would sure try.
Oh and wouldn't it be cool to bring in white with a dogf just like yours? That would pop forsure!
I sure hope you have at least another 300 posts as I just love coming to visit your blog!

Sewcando said...

I saw the most amazing quilts with all reds for the background. That would be the jumping off point.

Leah said...

Lovely Reds! They would make great flowers or a close up of Mars. :)

trudys_person said...

I would love to win these reds to make the City Tracks quilt from City Quilts by Cherri House ... I love that book and that quilt! Thank you for the giveaway and congratulations on your blogiversary!

And when your back is better, give hatha yoga a try to strengthen your back and core muscles ... excellent prevention!

bets said...

I just bought 2 new quilt books so could surely find a neat quilt pattern. I think yoga does wonders for my back...try it! Congrats to you too! Thanks for the giveaway!

Tricia said...

Happy 300th post!!

I have a Cherry House pattern or two that would be perfect for this bundle :-)

Joyce said...

I haven't tackled a red and white quilt yet...it is on my to do list. These colors would look heavenly!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Congratulations!! You've shared a lot of cool projects with us. We are all so glad you blog!!

I am planning seasonal throws for the back of the couch. I LOVE Kaufman fabric. If I win, I am sure I'll use the fabric in quilts.

Staci said...

Wow! 300 is quite a milestone!
If I were the lucky winner, I would use this stack for a quilt that's in Elizabeth Hartman's new book. Just love that book, and I love these colors in your stack! Thanks for the chance!

Deanna said...

Congratulations on 300 posts. That's dedication!

Those fabrics are beautiful! Hmmm...I am not certain what I would do with them, but I would have fun figuring it out. Perhaps a sort of Amish pattern but laid out so it looks ombre?

elnorac said...

Well, I suppose I'd use those yummy reds in my Suzuko Koseki-style blocks, bags, etc. I seem to use a ton of red and blue fabrics! Lol. Thanks for the chance at the generous giveaway! And congrats on your 300th!

Sarah said...

I recently purchased a book with some very modern patterns in it, and these would go great. I would use a cream with them. Congratulations on 300 posts.

VickiT said...

Congrats on the huge accomplishment. I think I need to check out the book you mentioned so learn more myself considering I haven't taken the time to figure out how to get a blog started yet. I know enough to be dangerous but given the perfectioist part of me, it won't let me jump in until I know all the ins and outs. (sometimes I hate that part of myself) lol

Anyway, I have started collecting black and white fabrics so far with the thought I'd love to make a black, white, and red quilt. I haven't got any reds yet however so this would be so helpful in that collecting I've been working on. Of course, some of this would definitely go into projects I have in mind for Christmas from table runners to stockings and tree skirts as well.

Thank you for such a wonderful giveaway.

Jennifer Gail said...

I would make yo yos. thanks

manybooks said...

Wow - what a wonderful bunch of reds! I think I would like to make a Jacob's Ladder quilt in red and white!

Leslie said...

Those reds scream "hearts and flowers" to me. Maybe if I start now, I'll be done by Valentine's Day 2013.

Shannon said...

300 posts, wow. Did you see how many followers you have? Over 1,000!! I hope that you start feeling better. I think for me those colors would be for a fall quilt. Lots of rich red, greens, browns!!

SewLindaAnn said...

I just went through and organized my Christmas fabrics to get some inspiration and those reds would be a perfect addition, especially since I don't have but one shade of it! I'm thinking of Christmas totes and have to get it out of my system. Cute ones with appliqued scenes and critters and some color blocked ones and some simple embroidery designed as well. Headaches galore here since this heat wave and pollution packed air has been in. Just opening the door to let the dogs out feels like a heatwave.

Vicki in MN said...

I would definitely make a modern quilt with it, thanks for the chance to win!

Marcia W. said...

Some of the red would be great to use in a Christmas quilt along for blocks, and the rest would be great for a modern solids quilt. My late father's favorite color was red and his saying was "I like any color so long as it is red."
Thanks for sharing and the chance to win this lovely bundle.

LJ said...

I've always loved red and white quilts. These reds would be simply wonderful in a red/white quilt.

Susanne said...

This would make a perfect FIRE quilt for the winter time. I would only add orange and black. :)
Susanne

Fran said...

I'd make a HST Quilt with white added in. Thanks for the chance to win, it's a very generous giveaway.

Kate said...

Congratulations with the 300 post.
Ever since I started to look at and sew quilts, I have wanted to make a big lonestar quilt - and in these colors it would just be great.

Thank you for the this giveaway.
Kate

CraftyGardenMom - Tanesha said...

Oh I would definitely make a quilt for my living room with this beautiful stack! The colors are a perfect compliment to the decor in there. Congrats on 300 posts Carol, you are truly an inspiration!

The Retired Mama said...

My favorite quilt of all times is one called pinwheel surprise by Cutie Pinwheel. It is a beautiful quilt of red and pink colors. I am collecting the fabrics to make it. These solids would go towards that goal. Thank-you for the opportunity to win.

quilter4 said...

There is a quilt on Pinterest that I would love to make. It uses reds and is an improv type quilt. I can't find how to get the pattern, but with all those reds, I am sure I could make the blocks similar. It would be sooo great!!!!

Wendy said...

This bundle would make an amazing ombre quilt, but I think I'd use it to make a bag too, I love red.

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Bonnie said...

I love red. Have been collecting black, white, grey and red for a quilt for my bed. I always sem to give away every quilt I make. Would also make a few Christmas things, table toppers and socks with some of it. Thanks for the chance to win.

All good things said...

Can I tell you first how inspired by your colour choices! I would love all those reds! Red just makes me happy!

Sewconsult said...

I see one of your landscape quilts, set in the fall. A tree is the main focus and the colors of fat quarters would be all the different leaves, on the tree and in a mound on the ground. Children would be running and jumping around the leaves and pitching them in the air. Pure fun and a great memory of my childhood. Our Sugar Maple is one of my favorites in the fall with all its glorious colors.
Beckie

Annie of Blue Gables said...

That looks like it would go with black, white and gray and would make a beautiful pieced quilt for my grandson who loves black and red.
~a

Pomegranate Quilts said...

300 posts?! WOW! Congratulations!
I would make a HST quilt with a rich cream and all those yummy variegated reds...

Sewing Sue said...

All of the ideas sound like so much fun. I have been working on some redwork embroidery by machine and I think those colors in your stack would make wonderful sashing and corner squares.

Congratulations on the 300 posts. Once you get started, they're like potato chips -- you can't stop!

magarli said...

Me gustaria hacer una manta en rojo, seria preciosa, gracias y un abrazo

Lori said...

hmmm, I have looked at a particular red and white quilt for a long time now, but have never gotten to it. these could be just the thing! thanks for the chance

Pile O Fabric said...

I really enjoy using Kona Solids. I have a perfect project for this, I am going to make a retro monotone quilt.