I started out with this fabric . . .
. . . and wound up with this:
Can you see now why I’m crazy about kaleidoscopes?! I think I will turn these 16″ blocks into a table runner celebrating autumn, “season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.”
Okay, love Jason Yenter, but more importantly I love that 3rd block!! The center created what looks like a frilly poppy or something. Just a touch of the magic that kaleidoscope blocks bring!
The third block is my favorite, too, Linda!
Of course I love it. What beautiful expression of the season’s colors and fast changing appearance of colors and sunlight. Thank you for bringing me this moment of beauty, Dawn. You are a poet with fabric. No words needed, no words could do justice.
Your blocks are beautiful. You started with a beautiful pieces of fabric and made it dance.. Can’t wait to see the finished runner.
Best centers of kaleidoscopes of the many you’ve made. Well done.
A table runner of those blocks would look just great on my table. I would even be willing to repaint the kitchen in those colors. How could you ever cut into that gorgeous fabric? Very stunning!
The Kaleidoscope blocks look lovely.
Love the fabric colours.
These are amazing! Love the fabric and the resulting blocks!
Absolutely gorgeous! Another use could be for individual placemats.
I actually thought about making placemats, Maureen! They would be so pretty with napkins made of the same fabric.
I love kaleidoscope too. So I can see why you ended up with these wonderful blocks.