Tuesday, 2 February 2010


I'm very good at that.

Do I? Don't I?

Shall I? Shan't I?

Which is why sometimes I need a good kick up the proverbial to get me going.

I think I need one now.

Fabric for the Liberated Amish Get Together.

Option 1


The bright bright yellow is more of a sickly green which actually goes quite well.  However I may take it out and replace with a sort of beige colour.

Oh help!  Decisions.  Decisions.  Decisions.

Option 2
(the more I think about it, it is probably not an option)

Definitely not an option - yuk!

Note to self - give the batiks a rest!

I think perhaps Option I needs some fiddling about with.  Shall I bung in some red just for the heck of it?

Definitely procrastinating.



OOH! tough choices!
You'll work it out... Sorry no help here, I'm just as good at procrastinating...

Amanda said...

I think adding some red is a good idea, it will give it a bit of zing.

Marianne said...

Don't go beige with option 1; stay with your gut choice - I like them a lot, it wouldn't be the same without the lime green.

Wendy said...

Yup. Keep the bright yellow. Maybe add the beige too. Why not?

ROZ said...

Lots of dark colors in Amish quilts, so you're doing fine

YankeeQuilter said...

Beige is safe...the yellow-green is wild. So how you feeling this quilt?

Sharon said...

Ooo, I know what you mean. I too am procrastinating. I think...NO to the beige, but yes to the red. I think the lime-ish green is good. You could maybe add just a dash of turquoise somewhere?

Could you send me your snail mail address? I've got some blocks for Q4L. Thanks!

Joyce said...

Red, lime green, turquoise, anything but beige!!!

kwilta said...

I would say yes - go for it Clare - add the beige. Nothing looks more tasteful than Beige and Black