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How’s this for a feast of colour?
This little critter was making quite a meal of our grape leaves . . . and given that it turned out to be an ornamental grape vine (which was somewhat disappointing – seems we have an ornamental plum as well, so no real fruits for us!) I’m glad that the leaves can be put to good use!
And how fantastic are the markings along its body? Isn’t nature a spectacular thing?
The colours remind me of my Tropical Delight quilt.
Funny, I’d always thought of this quilt as a summery one, but I guess it crosses the seasons . . .
This quilt, I called Tropical Delight, is a Drunkard’s Path block and made in the beautiful Moda Marble Botanicals range of fabrics. There were so many gorgeous colours in the range that I had to use just about all of them. I think the mango coloured one was my favourite . . . or was it the red . . . or the luscious lime green . . .
This was a nice quilt to make. It was also my first go at curved piecing, but the blocks turned out to be quite easy to put together. This is always such a cheery quilt to use and the fabrics give it such interest up close.
What fabrics have you just had to get and what have you done with them?