Friday, February 24, 2012

Improvi-Robin

Hello Everyone,

Today I am sharing with you my addition to the Stephanie's middle block for our Improvi -Robin.  She sent me the block that is surrounded by the black that I added.

Because the block that Stephanie sent was truly wonky, I decided to stay within the wonky realm.


I added black and white fabric around the edges and then improvised with black, white, and pink toned "piano keys".  Liked it... But I thought that it need just a little more.  So I added some Kona Cerise around the edges to leave a place for the eyes to rest.  Love it and I hope that you like it too, Stephanie!  

Now it is off to have another round added! Check out the other blocks in our round robin by clicking on this link for our Flickr group.

Don't forget to come back here on Saturday for the next installment of the Blogger's BOM!!



Amy Smart from Diary of A Quilter is the featured designer!



Until Next Time...

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8 comments:

mara oliveira said...

like the colors, I'm curious to see it done all the blocks will stay with the same color or each will be different .... or is to be a single block .. lol

bjs

Kathie said...

love what you did
I am really drawn to black and white lately...
adding that fuchsia to the outside was perfect!
Kathie

Stephanie said...

This block looks fantastic framed with the cerise. Looking forward to the next Blogger BOM.

em's scrapbag said...

OH, I love how this block is progressing. The wonky middle with the bold cerise border. It's fabulous.

Miki Willa said...

Fantastic. I really like what you have done with this. I look forward to seeing it in person.

Venus de Hilo said...

Love it! The B/W additions are such a clever choice. Never would have gone that direction on my own. And how did you know that Kona cerise is one of my favorite colors?!

Mama Pea said...

Very cool! I love how it looks and I love the black and whites. Wish it was for this Stephanie. LOL.

Barb said...

The B&W adds a great graphic touch to this - love the center!

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