Monday, January 24, 2011

frozen

The name Frozen Pond so aptly suggested by Corrine still holds.

I'm reconsidering my original intent to make 25 blocks. Currently there are 6 blocks, not counting a seventh that has mysteriously disappeared. Now I'm thinking of other possibilities such as 8 blocks placed in rows of two by four, creating a longish cloth. Or maybe  a square of a total of 9 blocks, 3 by 3. Still creating them and playing with the possibilities.
In the meantime
it's still frozen outside
on the outside, looking in
on the inside, looking out


12 comments:

Exuberant Color said...

They do have the feel of a frozen pond, very pretty though.

dosfishes said...

Oh, I was still seeing those frozen leaves suspended even though the pond is now covered by three feet of snow! I am loving this quilt......-4F here this morning, I bet there too or colder. Fingers cold even inside. xox Corrine

Catherine said...

Very apt name for these lovely blue blocks and lovely snowy pictures too.

Barbara said...

I think rows of two by four would give you more options for displaying this lovely piece. I can see it on a table or on the back of a sofa -- it's so lovely, and definitely suggestive of it's name!

Patty said...

I think the blocks are so nice! Your colors are so charming together.
Love the way your home is so open.... also love seeing that snow!

Ruth Anne Olson said...

These blocks make a perfect table runner.

Snow, snow, snow. I'm going to post tomorrow about my snow dyeing efforts.

Suzanne Kistler said...

brrr! Love the inside/outside snow pictures.

when I read your quilt title, my mind supplied a preposition..."On Frozen Pond"...kind of like "On Golden Pond," only not.

Love your work, Deborah! Inspirational, as always!

Eva said...
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Eva said...

This is about the most appealing version of a log cabin quilt. Love the palette you chose!
We don't have snow, and I am so grateful. We had a lot more than in average winters. Now it is all gone.
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Penny said...

This is going to be beautiful, no matter what the arrangement. Really a beautiful combination of fabrics and color.

stitchinglife2 said...

You have some lovely blues here too :-)

Marit said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely... and so very poetic!