There was lots of fussy cutting & scrappy colour still, but I felt it was more co-ordinated, more 'modern' looking. And all my vertical rows were to be in low volume greys & whites. I even had a focus fabric as my jumping off point, to guide my colour choices, something that had never occurred to me first time around!
I made up all the first sections and then I'm not sure why, but with half the quilt done, I stalled.
I took a few photos,
and here's an interesting little collage of three of my favourite blocks,
nurses cross - colour wheel - pershing
GW #1 top row, GW #2 bottom row
I know we all see colour differently and it may be just me, but I think my two wives look oh so very similar. Hehe, I guess I do have a certain 'style' after all - and I obviously got bored with doing it all over again! Wondering now about continuing on or not. Linking up with 'finished or not Friday' here at busyhandsquilts and with 'oh scrap' over here
a bit more #67
If you are tempted to give this a go,
I did a bit of a search and discovered there's a GW sew along happening at present,
and lots of pics can be found here #gypsywifesal
Angie from gnomeangel has also put together heaps of information,
including ideas about fabric choices & a colouring chart.