|Azure, Ash, Banana, Avocado, Coal,Bone, Teal, Turquoise|
|my sketch used to paint the tile|
|Installed tile - top row center|
The foreground is a glimpse of the real seawall tiles and a peak at Moss Landing stacks is on the horizon - just like on a clear day. If you are ever in the neighborhood, take a stroll and check out the tiles.
I chose the Kona colors because they feel like summer in a lazy day sort of way.
Old Italian Block - OIB
Anita Grossman Soloman's advise and starched or paper pieced, but I didn't. The directions are really terrific in the book Rotary Cutting Revolution and I love how it trims down so easily appearing to line up for the secondary pattern.
If I had chosen to make it in all batik I'm sure it wouldn't be as difficult but then I wouldn't be able to use all of my yummy modern designer fabric. My goal is to not only finish by the wedding reception but to complete the quilt and enter it for our MQG show in September.