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The pattern is called Wild Side, got it from a Fons & Porter magazine YEARS and YEARS ago. That version used only purple triangles and didn't turn out that well (despite how much I love purple). I like this version much better. It feels like a bowl of jelly beans; bright, happy and sweet.
That is so beautifully done, Dee.
I like that. Jelly beans is a great description!
I love the usend of the solids mixed in.
me too. Downside, I'm realizing how limited my non-novelty fabrics are. I need to go shopping. I've used up several of the bright colors - I need some red, blue & green. Judy K will laugh about the green, she took me shopping for greens when I visited her years and years ago. And I'm still looking for green.
August, 2011 wasn't THAT long ago. Look at what a gracious hostess I was – offering her a choice of Raisinets.
Dee, you could go online shopping at the Fat Quarter Shop and pick up a bundle of greens with just a click or two.
true, it can't be that long ago. I still have that shirt and my hair still looks like that. OF course I will likely be able to say that in 10 years from now....
And I still wear those earrings. Some polymer clay artist I am that I wear earrings that I bought decades ago at a big box store. Do you know what the current trend in polymer clay earrings is? Making "ear art" that doesn't match.
Here's an example of earrings made by a Spanish artist who would be right at home in Dee's quilting room:
oooh, those are fun. Though I'd injure myself with something that hung down that low.