I hear so many quilters say they don't ever work with yellow fabric. I think I fell in love with yellow the first time I saw a tree changing colors.
When I was about 8 years old I colored leaves, shading from green to yellow, to gold, to orange, and then to brown. I cut them out and my mother and I pinned them to the curtains in the little room that had the piano in it. I went to a one room school through 4th grade and whatever the older classes were learning, we learned too. I learned the order/blend of colors in the rainbow, which is the same as the color wheel that was taught in the 1940's. I wonder if any kids are being taught that today.
I was not very energetic yesterday after the migraine the day before so I made a few more log cabin blocks and then played with groups of fabric. This one is a combination of Brandon Mabley, Kaffe Fassett, Martha Negley and Philip Jacobs, all designers for Westminster fabrics.