Color on White

March 1st, 2012

So also in January, my friend Jennifer Paganelli popped me over across the winter wonderland of the Northern U.S.  a package of tropical cheer!!  It couldn’t have come at a better time.  I had been working for a few weeks on my Curious Nature project, and the colors from that were blending into our snowstorm….

So SisBoomery was a welcome bit of sunshine!

and even cheerier in the studio as well!!

(yes that’s a bit of So St. Croix on the left….I needed a little bit for this project)

I finally put those siggy blocks from 2 years ago (I was sure it hadn’t been that long, but I saw that someone fortunately dated their block, so yes they were from 2010).  Today’s shot is just a sneak peek, as this may end up showing itself in full form over at Generation Q Magazine.  Speaking of which….we just started our Kickstarter drive there yesterday and are almost a third of the way funded….of course the first third is easier than the last third.  So if you haven’t stopped by there to help us out, please do so, and send your friends.  Every little bit helps!!

And today it is officially March….which means later this month….it is officially spring! Are you as glad about that as I am? I just love that time of year!!  So full of hope and fresh beginnings!


5 Responses to “Color on White”

  1. Jane Kunstmannon 01 Mar 2012 at 5:55 am

    I love the fabrics that you used for the siggy quilt. I have seen one of the finished quilts from that swap before and I love the fact how totally different the quilt tops look.

    I am really looking forward to see your whole finished quilt top at the GenQ blog.

  2. jenniferon 01 Mar 2012 at 7:09 am

    Beautiful use of JPag’s fabulous fabrics. Can’t wait to see the finished quilt in full force. (Generation Q backer!)

  3. Mabel Martinezon 01 Mar 2012 at 7:34 am

    Love it

  4. Will Fifieldon 01 Mar 2012 at 12:40 pm

    Hey Scott,
    Funny how things like an infusion of color, or discovering a new way to play a familiar guitar chord, have a way of coming along when you need them most.

    Here’s to the one who has the next thing when we need it.

    Will

  5. Debon 17 Mar 2012 at 7:46 pm

    I have some siggy blocks hanging around, too. Why haven’t I finished them!! I’ll be interested in seeing your finished product!

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