Tuesday, 6 November 2007

Challenge Quilt II


I so much enjoyed doing the small Limited Edition Challenge Quilt that I have now completed another - this time in green/blue and white instead of green/yellow and black. What do you think?

Again, I've used photos that Terry took in Anne's garden in Canada but this time, I've taken elements from four different photos to get this one scene.

10 comments:

Helen said...

Hi Janice, Frances here (on Helen's computer). The blue flowers are stunning. I like it better than the previous one because I'm partial to blue. You are really challenging me as to my entry. This is when I have - expletive deleted - :-) I have an idea of what I want to do but needs more mulling over. May even require paint sticks...horror.

Janice said...

have to confess, I have used paint on both the Limited Edition Challenges - just a little, to provide highlights... and yes, I remember my stance on paint on quilts but I did it anyway!

Janice said...
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Helen said...

Good on you!

But will you please stop making challenge quilts now? We want to have at least a small chance of winning!!!

Helen said...

PS. Frances says you are allowed to make a handbag :-)

Janice said...

i'm aiming to go right around the colour wheel - let me see, how many would that be?? blue/green, green/yellow, yellow/orange, orange/red, red/violet, violet/blue - only six? why not seven? oh, you're the mathematician, you can work it out!

Anonymous said...

cool mum! you'll have to do a series and call it 'Anne's Garden'

Janice said...

yes! of course! I hadn't thought that far, I had thought of a series with the colour thing as the link but sticking to Anne's garden and using that as the title is perfect!

gwensmom said...

Beautiful! The colors look good enough to eat.

Chris and Sarah said...

you forgot indigo - that is why you didn't get seven