I’ve gotten the bottom right corner of the Roseville Album finished.
I made a few changes…the pattern shows lots of dots. I edited it down quite a bit. The other block I’m using as a bottom corner doesn’t have any dots, so I’m taking away some here..and will be adding a few there.
I know this pattern is whimsical and free spirited, but I need a bit more balance. It’s just my personality!
Since I did the other corner blocks in more realistic colors for the leaves, I did this one the same way. I hope I haven’t “painted myself into a corner” with the color change? We’ll see when I get to the appliqued border?
This is how the Roseville looked the last time I showed you pics. It’s now too big to get a full pic of. Maybe by the time I get the last corner block done it will be nice weather and I can clip the top to the eaves of the garage, which is where I take all of my outside photos?
I used the blue-greens for the large leaves. They’re fabrics that I’ve used in other blocks and I wanted to repeat them. I’m questioning the bottom right leaf, but for now it stays. I repeated the colors of the birds that appear in the top, bottom, and side panels. Then added in a few dots.
The block will sit under this panel.
My bottom panel doesn’t have much green. I thought the corner block might balance it out?
Tags: bottom right corner block, Brandon Mably fabrics, hand applique, Kaffe Fasset fabrics, Kim McLean’s Roseville Album, Phillip Jacobs fabrics