Monday, 31 December 2012

Color My World Green

I can't believe it is over!  This is the last installment of the Color My World Challenge.  I have had so much fun!!
The last color was green.  I use a lot of green in my quilts and so I had a lot of scraps to choose from for this block.  I am really happy with the outcome.

This pattern is called Milo's Star and is from Michele at the Quilting Gallery.  It was so easy to make and turned out perfectly.  I would definitely make more of these stars... I might even put some embroidered blocks in the center piece... or maybe appliqué... hmmmm.... can you hear the wheels turning!

Anyways,  I have to say a huge THANK YOU to M-R for hosting this Challenge.  I was a little apprehensive at first and really didn't think I would have the time to get all of the blocks done.  Once I got started however, I really had fun and couldn't wait to make the next one.  I am a little sad it is all over but am really happy with the outcome and already have a great idea of how to put these guys together.

So here is a photo of all of my blocks up on my design wall.

I am going to a retreat mid-January and am hoping to work on this quilt top at that time.

Feel free to head over to the Color My World Challenge page and check out M-R, MC and Janine's blocks.  Everyone did a lot of experimenting and had a lot of fun with color this past year!!  M-R has all the linky parties listed by color.


  1. Oh WOW! Your blocks all look fabulous together, Ginette! It was a great idea to choose a star theme to experiment with the colours. Beautiful work! I'm so glad you participated!

  2. Beauty! Your 'rainbow' of colors looks fabulous!

  3. The star blocks look fantastic together! Looking forward to seeing what you come up with at the retreat.

  4. This star is great and all your blocks look fab together! I'm sorry the challenge is over too but I'm looking forward to seeing your quilt :) Happy New Year!


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