Monochromatic Color March – Brown

Here’s your color for March — Brown!  I already know what I’m making and it’s a gift for someone!

Did you finish your violet/purple top for February.  I did not and I have a very good reason — it’s that quilt that I can’t show you!  :)  But, had I finished it, this is what it would look like:

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Comments

  1. 1

    Sue in Scottsdale, AZ says

    I finished my violet monochromatic challenge. I used my Go cutter to cut 200 isosceles to make this quilt. I also used the Go 2 1/2 inch and 4 1/2 inch strip cutter dies for the borders. I used my CompuQuilter and quilted it using concentric circles.

  2. 2

    says

    For this month, I used a UFO that fit the color. If it was on my list, I’ll replace it with another project. Thanks for hosting this challenge.

  3. 3

    says

    i emptied out a bunch of purple selvages and some purple stash fabric. it will be a donation quilt. and i love that you picked brown next. i am ready for it.

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    Liz says

    Sob… I’ve been sick and not feeling like doing much of anything… and I love purple!

    Ok brown…. that’s a hard one. I hardly had any yellow (4 yards) and there is even less brown. Unless you let me count tan as a brown… tan I can do..

  5. 5

    says

    I focused on UFOs and gotta-do’s last month, so didn’t do purple. And I just made a strippy with all browns for my grandson’s dorm quilt a couple of months ago. So, I’m gonna pass on brown, too. This month will be UFOs again, which is a good thing :-) I’m so glad you’re doing this, though. Stirs the imagination!

  6. 6

    says

    I love purple so this was an easy challenge for me. I’m looking forward to this month’s challenge as well. Brown is another favorite color.

  7. 7

    says

    Mine is the violet doll quilt that I posted about earlier this month. The brown project will be a BIG challenge for me, as I don’t have much brown in my stash. Better get my thinking cap on! ;-)

  8. 9

    says

    So far I am striking out. I have all the blocks done for Jan. UFO, and have actually made a baby quilt with the leftover blocks, but not the BIG quilt! Then, I have just the borders to do on Feb. UFO, and now it is March already. I guess I am farther then I would have been before, but I cant STAND getting interupted and not getting anything finished! Especially when I am SO CLOSE. Oh well. I am impressed with all the ladies and gents that get them done and all of the monochromatic ones! Which I would LOVE to be participating in, but kind of knew this kind of thing was going to happen. Doesn’t help that I am rather slow at piecing, and I don’t even work outside the home!

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    Marg says

    I love purple and thought it would be easy as I’m only making a block each month, but boy was it difficult finding 8 different purples that worked together.
    Brown I initially thought would be hard but I think I might have a few in my stash.

  10. 13

    says

    Well I like you EQ design – you should make it! Its quite pretty. Brown huh? I think you are choosing all the challenging colors first – I can’t picture any browns in my stash – but then again – I didn’t think I had any yellow. Surprise!

    Have fun!

  11. 14

    SarahB says

    I didn’t make it… *sigh* I got a good start and I will post the link but I didn’t get done. I got pulled off it to finish some deadline quilts but since you didn’t get done either it makes me feel better!

    Brown, that’s interesting, I have no idea what to do but I like a challenge!

  12. 16

    says

    I managed to finished the top of my violet quilt, by the time has fly this month….. One of this reasin was that the wheater is so beautiful at the moment, I sit outside all the time :-)

  13. 17

    says

    I finished my little violet whole-cloth quilt in 2 days in a workshop with Jill Schumacher. Lucky for me the workshop was in February – completed just in time for the challenge!