For week 6 of the Farmer's Wife quilt-a-long, I needed to do some easy blocks. I have been tackling some tough ones lately, and after the long holiday weekend, simple blocks were a necessity.
I had so much fun making these two! They were quick and easy to cut out, and they came together so nicely. After looking at my blocks all together, I realized they were lacking orange, green, and yellow. Apparently I gravitate towards grays and blues and pinks, since my blocks seem to be full of those colors.
The text block that is on top is #2 - Autumn Tints. It has some lime Full Moon dots, American Jane yellow mono pez /orange flowers, and Authentic text (I think). The other block is #1 - Attic Windows, and it is made up of American Jane orange mono pez, Little Apples green leaves, Cosmo Cricket yellow crosshatches, and a cute little Japanese hedgehog print on white.
Amanda will be sharing her blocks for the week soon, so don't forget to pop on over. Also, thank you thank you thank you for all of your kind words about my Moda Bakeshop quilt. I truly appreciate the comments left here and on the tutorial at Moda's blog. Really, you are the best. :)
This post is part of the Farmer's Wife Quilt-a-long, please feel free to jump in at any time! More information and previous posts can be found HERE.