Sunday, September 18, 2011

A-9


Difficulty of block: moderate
Number of pieces: 45
Method used: hand piecing

I really like Cabin Fever, but I think it has more to do with the fabric colour then the pattern.  My favourite colour is green and green is the predominate colour in my stash.  Interesting though, I have made very few blocks with green in them.  I best be making a few more, as soon I will run out of center blocks to make. 

14 comments:

Sue said...

Wow. This is a great block. Love this pattern.

Heather said...

It's been ages since I actually posted something here about your lovely blocks, but this one caught my eye and I had to stop and say, "well done"! Love the fabric choices and I can't believe there are 45 pieces! ACK!

Sunny said...

Exquisite indeed!

Hilachas said...

Beautiful. All of your blocks have been beautiful. AND, you're getting close to the end (152 of 169). Fabulous.

Ellie's Quiltplace said...

It's a nice block and I love the green fabrics!

Paula said...

Cabin Fever is so beautiful, what a lovely fabric.

sewprimitive karen said...

45 pieces? Incredible. Love the prints!!

Yvette said...

The greens look great together.

Josie McRazie said...

my eyes are just drawn into this one! It is so mesmerizing!!

Pip said...

Beautiful fabrics, they set this block of nicely.

Yvonne Joslin said...

Oh, what a lovely block, Loved the soft greens, haven't seen those in your quilt before but as I am a recent follower of your marvelous quilt journey you may have used them before

Renate said...

You are doing such a beautiful work.

Vivian said...

Looks like I haven't commented on your last 3 blocks. They're all lovely, as always, and these three happen to be three of my favorites--fun to make and filled with impressive details. Of course, yours look better than mine. Great fabric choices for them all. Just beautiful.

Robin said...

A very happy block! I couldn't help but giggle when I read your comments about green. It is my favorite color too! Of course, my DJ has no shortage of it. :)

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