I have been missing you, my friends. I am getting very tired of dresdens. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind dresdens in general...but I am using all old, old fabric and most of them are solids. My eyes are ready for color! And my lonely self is ready to get back to blogland. A few more days. Only 5 dresdens to go. Then I have to make little circles for the center of all 50 (yes a total of 50!) of them. I hope to be finished by Monday. (Please oh please!) There are 492 blog posts just begging for me to take a peek.
Now as for this week's Ahhhh...I wish that I would have had time to make two. I am going to have to come back to this one and make it out of my kaleidoscope fabric because it is just so pretty. But since last week I didn't have time to do an African hexie, I wanted to do one of those for today.
Today's Ahhhh --The Boutonniere--is brought to you by Eveline Foland, and was published in the Kansas City Star on Sept 26, 1931.
There is lots of room for color play on this; especially using the tumbler blocks around the edge.