I need to catch you up on my progress with Tula Pink's City Sampler. I've been working on these blocks a few at a time. First I lay out all my fabric, all Tula's with a coordinating stack of Kona solids.
Before I started this last round I pulled the completed blocks out of the book and organized them by color to see how the color distribution of my randomness was working out.
I was not too surprised to see the largest pile had mostly purple and aqua elements.
First, finishing off the triangle sections (cause for celebration!) are blocks #44 through 55:
Really, Tula, 30 pieces in a 6.5" block?!
Escaping into the stripes section, here are blocks #56 through 60:
Oh look, Fox Field has made it into the blocks!
This is what 60 blocks look like:
As you can see from the picture above I have a respectable collection of Tula Pink fabrics. Last night we were in beautiful Portsmouth, NH killing time before meeting our son and daughter-in-law for dinner and, well, we just had to stop at the Portsmouth Fabric Company. I had been there once before but it was in my naive, innocent quilting days when I was shopping for a sewing machine. But now I walk the aisles of this little, packed, charming store and all I see is beautiful designer fabric that I want to take home with me! The fabric is well organized, mostly by designer. I am glad I am not hooked on Kaffee Fassett fabric as the selection was amazing. AND (you know where this is going...) the Tula Pink fabric was extensive! I even found a few that I did not have!
I can't wait to play with the leftovers from this project!
Happy Wednesday! Linking up with Lorna's Let's Bee Social and Lee's WIP Wednesday.