I searched through one pile, no, nothing green.
There's more in this closet. None here.
What about upstairs in the linen closet? Oh, I found one!
Well, I discovered something about my quilt collection, both old and new, green is not one of my favorite color pallets. After looking in all the quilt hideaways, I have 3 quilts that I can share that would be considered green. I actually like the color, I wear it, I eat it, I grow it, I spend it and I recycle. It's restful, it fresh, it's a beautiful natural color in all shades. I guess I just don't think about it as a whole quilt.
Historically, green was generally an overdye process of yellow and blue which proved to be fugitive It was the common green in American quilts through at least 1890.
I started this quilt in 2004 and finally finished it in 2007. It was a store sample for awhile.
This quilt is a reproduction of a 1840's applique quilt.
It's hand appliqued and hand quilted. I started it in 1998 and finished in 2001.
This could be spring and green. It's a Black Mountain pattern.
I hand appliqued the chicks and machine quilted it.
These chick are just so cute!
Enjoy the month of March with leprechauns, Guinness, day light savings time changes, spring and green quilts.
Until Next Time-Kyle