If you’ve ever wondered about the timeless appeal of pink and green quilts, you have only to look to Mother Nature:
This peony is from the darkest of the three bushes:
The dogwood trees this spring were the loveliest in recent memory. Everyone I’ve spoken to agrees. This shot was taken from our front porch one recent morning when the sun lit up the dogwood belonging to our neighbors two doors down:
I’m reminded of the most recent pink and green quilt I finished, the one for Baby Isabella . . .
This is the back of the quilt, so you can see what the focus fabric looked like before I turned it into kaleidoscope blocks:
And this is my first pink and green quilt, completed 10 years ago, made from my pattern Four-Patch Wonder:
I named the quilt Framboise, the French word for raspberry. You can read more about the making of it here. Here’s another shot of Framboise au naturel, surrounded by even more green:
Speaking of raspberries, the vines in our backyard will be producing those small deep pink edible jewels in a month’s time, adding to my continuing enjoyment of pink and green.
Do you find the combination of pink and green as irresistible as I do? In nature as well as in quilts?