I know, I know, I’m very late with the report this month!
Esther’s unusual and beautiful colour combination of hot pink/magenta, muted dark green and grey on a cream or white background is producing some really beautiful blocks, some of which are already up in the Gallery. To see her original colour inspiration, head over to the Members & Colours page, where we’ve all shown images that have inspired our colour choices. It’s been a busy month for all of us, catching up on the backlog after Christmas, but we’re currently up to date, and looking good!
I will be travelling at the end of next month, when the final F²F² round up is due, so I’m giving you advance notice that the final report will be a few days late. It’ll give us all time to get our final blocks completed in good order as we bid a fond farewell to Foot²Freestyle.
I hope those of you in the Northern Hemisphere are staying safe and warm this winter, while those of us Down Under are sweltering in a long and tiring heatwave of 30°- 45°C (85° – 113°F). I wonder if there’s any normal weather anywhere in the world right now!
See you at the end of the month with the January round up.
A bit late this month, I’m sorry about that!
So far, we have six of the 9 sets of blocks done, and they’re looking gorgeous! Gun’s colour choice of bright pink, blue and yellow is producing some really lovely combinations of shapes and colours, and I think her final quilt should be beautifully fresh and happy.
I’m delighted this morning myself, because my last set of blocks, which came from Esther in the Netherlands, arrived this morning to complete the set. Making up my F²F² quilt is going to be high on the priority list for next year.
Do hop over to the gallery page and see what has been done so far 🙂
So far so good! F²F² for November is coming along well.
Susan’s lovely colour choice of aqua and lilac on cream has proved to be very popular, and the fabrics selected and blocks up in the gallery so far this month are just gorgeous – I especially like Lynn’s contribution, but you’ll have to go over there to see what I mean. Just click on the link above and scroll down right to the end for the most recent additions.
I’m not sure where most of November got to, myself. I haven’t started sewing Susan’s blocks, although I have the fabrics picked out. Of course, we did go away a couple of times, which will probably explain the layer of dust on my work table… Anyway, I’d better get cracking, or it’ll be December before I send my blocks out. Too embarrassing!
Can’t wait to see what the others are going to make 🙂
I can’t believe it’s nearly November already!
It’s been such a great F²F² month for me, with fellow members emailing me photos of their gorgeous work, followed by even more gorgeous blocks arriving in the mail. I’m so happy I chose a bright colour scheme, it’s making a brilliant display on my design wall 🙂
Two members have found real life getting in the way of the important stuff (sewing!) this month, so the gallery is a little short of images, but I imagine that will sort itself out very soon. If any of you has mailed off blocks but not sent photos, do get them off to me, so I can put them up in the gallery with the rest.
Next month, it’s Susan’s turn, with a lovely colour scheme of aqua and lilac on cream – take a look at her colour inspiration image to see what I mean. I’m happy about this, as I have lots of choice in all those colours. Now I just have to work out what blocks I want to make…
Till next time, and Happy Halloween to you all.
It’s October, and my month in F²F².
Normally, I’d wait and see what everyone else has made before I made my blocks, but I’m too excited about this colour scheme to wait! I’ve picked out some paper piecing blocks I love – I’ve made them all before, and I think they’ll work well in the gorgeous juicy colours I’ve chosen 🙂
We’re doing well so far, four sets of blocks are on their way Down Under. Do please send me your photos when you send your blocks off, as I’m quite happy to see what’s coming and post the images in the gallery. I hope some of them come before I go on holiday, to spread the joy a little…
I’ve put a couple of my blocks up in the F²F² gallery page too, so anyone who’s hesitating about colours can see what I’m using. There’s a third to come, and I may still make a fourth block, I’m loving these colours so much…
My F²F² quilt is going to be brilliant – literally!
It’s been a patriotic sort of colour month this September.
Moira’s colour scheme of red, blue and gold with a white or cream background has produced a fascinating collection of designs for her American Hero Quilts. We’re all past the post in time this month, and it’s a great set of blocks for Moira’s good work on behalf of US service people.
Head over to the new F²F² gallery page to see the range, it’s really impressive. Scroll all the way to the bottom, new images are added at the end.
October is my month, woo hoo! I’m very excited to see what everyone comes up with for my Dark Navy/Hot Pink/Bright Orange colour scheme. For inspiration, take a look at my images on the members’ colours page – the brighter the better, as far as I’m concerned :-). I’ll be adding the photos of everyone’s work as usual, so please send them to me as you get them done – the pleasure of seeing what’s coming will outweigh any small lack of surprise. I dearly love a squishie, and now there’s going to be a whole bunch on the way!
Till the next time…
I’m a little late this month with the progress report, mundane stuff got in the way 🙂
Just over halfway through September (where did the time go?) and we are only missing three sets of blocks to complete the month! For a miracle, I’ve sent off my own completed blocks this morning, instead of leaving it embarrassingly late as usual. The F²F² colours and blocks in this second round continue to delight me, and I’m eagerly anticipating my turn!
Moira’s colour scheme is one of the all-time classics, and there are some beautiful blocks happening over in the F²F² gallery, if you want to jump over there and take a look. Moira is planning to use her blocks to create American Hero quilts, and if you click through this link, you can read more about the excellent work this organisation does.
Lynn has posted that she has sandwiched all her blocks and is ready to start quilting her F²F² quilt. She’s putting the rest of us to shame, having already completed her F2F1 quilt, and very gorgeous it is too. This one is going to Mr Tialys, and the colour scheme and overall designs of the blocks are perfect!