I hope you’re not tired of looking at colorful Hawaiian quilt blocks! Anita Goodesign and I have been busy in the studio. The colors are popping!
For some reason, parts of this turquoise block remind me of whale tails. The ones in the ocean. This blue batik actually has a fish design in it, disguised by the appliqué process.
This color is difficult to photograph, just can’t seem to capture the beautiful periwinkle coloring. I love the way the sawtooth leaves come together at the seams and look like the teeth on a man-eating plant!
This orangish-red was screaming out to become what looks like anthuriums in this block. Or maybe it’s clubs and hearts from a deck of cards?
Both of the green blocks I’ve made so far just blow me away. The batiks are more beautiful as appliqués than they are as yardage. I didn’t think that was possible!
What’s your favorite block so far? Any opinions? Here, I’ll let you review the others…
Coming up next, orange. And purple. Cathy loves purple.