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Shoreline, CT, United States
I would love for you to join me (a retired senior)in my zany crafting adventures with quilting (waaaaay too much fabric); scrapbooking (will I ever catch up?); redwork; counted cross stitch; crossword puzzles; reading; and cooking.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

MOOD INDIGO


August is Indigo....I have so few "REAL" indigos....this is the dark side of the moon.................


In the Orient.................



And here is a July catch-up: my little red Ojos

Linking up with other RSC-ers this morning atSuper Scrappy...come on over and see what
August brings....
hugs, Julierose, La Blageuse

23 comments:

  1. Lovely blocks. You just can't go past a postage stamp block can you? They are fabulous.

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  2. I think you captured indigo perfectly! With lots of sparkle and movement mixed in to keep it lively.

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  3. Indigo is a different color for me too. I have very few pieces in my stash of that color. You had enough to make a nice block. I love the "dark side of the moon"...fun.

    Have a great weekend, Julie.

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  4. Indigo is a hard color to match. I love the prints you have chosen, and the red block is lovely... my favorite.
    Hugs

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  5. Lots of people seem to have that same challenge. Not a lot if indigo in their stash. Love your blocks.

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  6. I love blue and really love all your indigo fabrics together! I love your fabric! The fussy cutting really makes it interesting!

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  7. I'm not doing so well in the INDIGO department, either! I guess I'm just not much of a really dark blue kind of girl. :P

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  8. You definitely have more indigos than I do . . . like seeing the red color pop in your post.

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  9. Your "few real indigos" are a few more than my indigos! What a lovely block your real and fake indigos made!

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  10. You are getting on a roll with your catch-up - love the dark side of the Moon!

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  11. Lots of pretty indigo scraps. Postage stamp blocks are great for showing off all those fun scraps.

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  12. Whether your indigos are 'real' or not, they really look great! Lovely use of rich color.

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  13. Your indigos look plenty indigo-y to me! I love how they're all playing together!

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  14. Hello Julie ! Tes indigos sont très beaux ! Félicitations !

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  15. Your little squares are always so darn cute in your blocks.

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  16. Don't think I would have that much dark colors, I love bright and buy them . All your fabrics are beautiful

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  17. Those indigos look great to me! Think it was a choice that made us all diversify a bit.

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  18. Love your indigo blue! So dark and so mysterious! It´s time for me to dig in my scrapbag, I guess :)

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  19. i love your header description...when i found quilting in 1979 i gave up all other crafty pursuits except counted cross-stitch...i miss them but i love quilting more...nice indigos!

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  20. Oh my. Love all your beautiful prints.

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