Thursday, January 29, 2009

Veranda Views BOM Block One

While visiting blogs, I found the Veranda Views BOM. I printed it out, chose the background fabric and started working on it. Got all the floss out that I planned to use. Read the instructions, which are very well done, and got the tree finished. Went back to the directions and found that I had used the wrong color for the tree. I felt like such an idiot. Hate to say it, but that is not the first time for that feeling. Any how, I left it like that, because I didn’t want to start over. I think it is cute, even with my mistake. I will try to be more attentive when making the next block…….Thank you Willowberry Designs for sharing this project………clicking on the picture in my side bar will take you to the pattern........

10 comments:

Pat said...

Your block looks lovely1 Don't tell and no one will know! he he

Sandy said...

That is a great shade of brown...looks fine to me.
Those are "senior moments"...I get them too!

MYRA said...

Looks great to me! No one will know a wrong color was used... I didn't until you said so... 8-)
You are sooo good with stitcheries Lilly!
Happy stitchings! 8-)

Kathy said...

I think this looks great. It never hurts to be different! I am going to work on mine tonight, GLW!

Marit said...

I think it looks very nice. I have also made it and I used colors I had and none of them are the exact colors.

Louann said...

That is beautiful. I really want to do this one. You've done a lovely job. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Isabella said...

It looks just fine lily dont what your bothered about we all use colours that are a tad differant from time to time.

Marsha said...

Very sweet! I think the color is wonderful for a weeping willow. Don't beat yourself up, you did good! :-)

Kieny The Dutchlady said...

It doesn't matter if the color is wrong it is very pretty. I'm also thinking of doing this BOM.

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