November Yellow Color Challenge Block
Jen just recently released the 2019 November Color Challenge block, and the color is . . . yellow. Yellow as in the Black-Eyed Susan flower which is a very popular, common one at that. Otherwise known as Rudbeckia, you can easily see that it is a member of the daisy family. It is the state flower of Maryland and found in all 48 contiguous states in the United States plus all 10 Canadian Provinces. We chose this pretty yellow fabric along with the sand dotted Swiss that has been a constant in all ten blocks before this one.
November Yellow Highlights
This 12-inch block will join the other monthly blocks that have been colors taken from flowers. Once all the HSTs were sewn it was just a matter of laying them out according to the pattern.
I always enjoy a good pinwheel especially in the center of the block. This yellow batik has movement to it as well with a sort of swirl design to it. Here is the November yellow color block next to last month’s red block.
Just one more block to go for 2019 and we can whip up a quilt top. Perhaps even before the end of the year is out it could be complete. December’s color is purple like the crocus. I think that is a fitting way to wrap up the year and this block of the month challenge.
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