Sunday, June 8, 2008

Color Challenge Green

Today's challenge color is green which I found was easy to get from my studio. I really like green. Maybe it takes me back to my high school days where we were the "mean green fighting machine". Maybe it is because it portrays life everywhere in nature. Maybe I just like green. Anyway, below are my offerings today for the color challenge.

What is it about fat quarters that I absolutely love them? Maybe it's because I can have so many different fabrics to fondle without spending an unreal amount of money for them. I don't know but I'm addicted to fat quarters especially when they are the '30 reproductions like these.
Just one of my rotary cutters.
Scissors and thread.
I love this stuff. I use it for my applique. It comes in several different scents. Mine is the Citrus Green. I like it so much better than regular starch. It leaves the pieces lighter and doesn't leave as much residue on my ironing board cover. Check out the link above for more info.
This is the gorgeous view out of my studio windows. Sorry about the screen. It will be even more green once the corn starts coming up. I love this view in the spring and summer.

If you haven't been to Natalie's blog yet you really need to check it out.

Thanks for stopping by. Happy Quilting!

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