Thursday, January 21, 2010

Still auditioning

We have had drizzling icy rain, starting last night leaving an icy sheet on the driveways, a little thaw today, and more ice tonight. I developed a migraine about mid morning so I spent part of the afternoon sleeping it away.

I want to try the 2 red toned fabrics for the center. Here is option 1.
and option 2 below.
On option 3 I changed to a different color Ikat checkerboard.
I haven't made a decision yet. I will eat my evening meal now and go back and look at the photos. I can always just start piecing the third sets of strips for the last triangles while I make a decision.

19 comments:

Sequana said...

As I scrolled down, when the 3rd option came up, I really perked up. That would be my fave.

Linda said...

I like #2 the best and #3 second best...

Pat Deck said...

#2. I like that the green pulls the green from the other fabrics.

Sherrill said...

Another #2 here!! It's gonna be GREAT!

Paula said...

#1 feels restful, but I like the pop of #3!!!

Rhonda said...

I like #2 the best. It seems to blend better with the green background.

Jackie said...

I guess I am the deviant. I like 1 and 3. Not necessarily in that order.

Britt said...

I like 1 and 3 too. It's fun watching this take shape on your wall.

Meg said...

I like 1 and 2. I dunno, I rather like 2--it seems the most exuberant of the three. :)

Vicki W said...

Tough choice - I like them all!

Chris said...

Option 3 - no doubt about it!

Marilyn said...

I vote a definite #1. Looking great.

Gene Black said...

I prefer the checkerboard from #3, but I think it begs for a blue or green toned fabric for the other two parts of that square.

Kayjay said...

Either 2 or 3 but I'd love to see what a blue might look like. Gorgeous block.

Cathi said...

I like #3 and 1 in that order. I'm really curious to see which one you pick or if you audition more!

Marit said...

Love how you are sharing the process with us! Myself, I like the contrast of the red and green in the center, I'd say number 2 is my favorite.
This is such a lovely pattern. You are tempting me to try it myself ; )

Andra Gayle said...

I LOVE this pattern!! Is ti from a Kaffe book?

Darlene said...

I like #2 the best. 3 loses the "pop" from the green. It's pretty, but blends in too much.

It's gonna be nice, no matter what you do!

Julie Bagamary said...

They are all great but I'd prefer Option #3 if it were my piece.