... are completed and on their way. The color choice for this swap was inspired by a frog (and thus the name of the block swap). While we might think of frogs as being green, they actually have a fair amount of mid-to-deep toned brown (as the stock photo to the left illustrates), thus the green and brown theme. All of the swappers used the same five yarn colorways in creating their blocks. We all, however, had free reign in the ways we combined those colorways, as well as the blocks we made (as long as they were 10 x 10). My final 10 blocks, in no particular order:
|L-r: Spring Fling, basic Granny Square (from my head), Kata, |
and Tartan Plaid from Nicky Epstein's Block by Block.
It's not yet in the Ravelry database.
|R-l: Centrific, Simple 10 Petal Square, I Love The V-Stitch Block, |
and a modified Forever Lace block.
|L-r: Crown Jewels and August Sun.|
Now that all of my squares have been mailed, I'll await receipt of my final blocks, add a few additional blocks of my own, and then complete my blanket. I'm really excited to see how each of my fellow swappers put their blocks together.
Now definitely head on over to Andrea, the WonderWhyGal's blog, and check out everyone else's fibery fun on this Fee-Fi(ber)-F.O. Friday.