Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Sweet Tea with Lemon


This is my version of Lori's latest quilt along (Pink Lemonade). I have been wanting to make a gold and brown quilt out of reproduction fabrics and this was just the pattern. Like Kathie, I reduced the size of the quilt to include just the whole blocks. The yellow is an old Judie Rothermel Baltimore Album fabric that I've saved for years and am now wishing I bought more of it. I love the drab kind of dull brownish cast it has. In case you cannot tell from the photo colors, it works perfect with the brown fabrics. In keeping with the beverage themed names I am calling this one Sweet Tea with Lemon 'cause of the browns. Although, I am thinking that since there is so much yellow I ought to name it Arnold Palmer after the half tea/half lemonade drink.


Here is one more Dear Jane block, L-1. I actually made it weeks ago but wanted to get a photo before I put it away. I was inpsired by the blog That Quilt and hope to make one of the "melon" blocks next. I hadn't noticed before, but there are quite a few melons in the original DJ quilt.

24 comments:

  1. Sweet tea with lemon, sounds good and looks even better.

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  2. Love your version of Lori's QAL!!! It's great when you find a project for a piece of fabric you have had squirrelled away for a long time!!!!

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  3. Your QAL result is fabulous! I love the quilt, the colors, and the name.

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  4. Taryn, I LOVE your Sweet Tea version of this little quilt - really beautiful! Congrats on your DJ block too - it's lovely.

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  5. Love your Ice Tea version of the Pink Lemonade quilt...great little quilt! I am setting my blocks together and will soon be ready to quilt...love seeing all the quilts that are being made in this QOL.

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  6. Hi Taryn - Sweet Tea turn out great. Sweet!

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  7. Lovely little quilt--I really like that mustardy/brown color, too. That and cheddar and double pinks...yum--sounds like a nice afternoon tea....Julierose

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  8. I like the name and color change you made with the pattern. I am doing the quilting on mine and will soon have it finished. A fun sew along.

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  9. Oh I really love your choice of fabrics! Very beautiful and I like the name too :)

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  10. An Arnold Palmer is my favorite afternoon beverage and your version of Lori's quilt is just as yummy!

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  11. Like your color choices for Lori's quilt-along. Isn't that the way, there are some fabrics that you wish you had bought a bolt.

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  12. Love the colors in your Sweet Tea.....it's so rich! Sweet little Jane block, too!

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  13. Yellow and brown - what a great colour combination!

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  14. Lovely quilt and beautiful block!! I love what you named the quilt.:)

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  15. I too think I will make Lori's quilt with just the six whole blocks. I better get started. Yours looks great!

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  16. Lovely variation of Lori's quilt, and the name is fun. Your brown and yellow fabrics look great together.
    BTW--Arnold Palmer sounds like a logical name choice too. I'm feeling uneducated today. I had to look up that one.

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  17. Arnold Palmers are the drink of choice here in Augusta! I think I had some of that yellow and agree it is a wonderful mellow color...

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  18. I would not think to make a yellow and brown quilt, but now I see it on your blog, it looks great!

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  19. I love your quilt. I did the Pink Lemonade version and now I'm going to have to try your version. It was a fun quilt-a-long. Hugs

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  20. Your version of Lori's quilt is great! Love that color combination --

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  21. Love your Sweet Tea/AP color combo! Don't feel bad about not having more of the yellow, this was just the project it was waiting for so its job is done!

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  22. YUMMM i love iced tea with lemon and i LOVE your sweet little quilt..it's unique & beautiful!!
    I really enjoyed this fun QAL :)) cheers, Marian

    http://marianedwardsdreamweaver.typepad.com

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