I made the baby version. Rene's instructions and illustrations are very straightforward, well-written and easy to understand. The best part is that there are very few seams you have to match up.
It's no secret to anyone who knows me that I love working with solids. I found my inspiration with some solid scraps and the color wheel that my husband, Mark, keeps in his fused glass studio.
When choosing the colors, I just went around the color wheel, choosing first hue, or the clear colors at the top, then the tint--the color with white added, then skipped down to the bottom to the shades--the color with black added. That gave me enough to go all the way around. For the center spokes I had a rainbow jelly roll of tone-on-tone prints.
Monday, January 21 - Katie at KT Quilts
Tuesday, January 22 - Michele at Nostalgic Cafe
Wednesday, January 23 - Cindy at Live a Colorful Life --you're here today!
Thursday, January 24 - Michelle at Frustrated Quilter
Friday, January 25 - Stephanie at Peas in a Pod
Monday, January 28 - Terri at Terri's Notebook
Tuesday, January 29 - Doris at Made by a Brunnette
Wednesday, January 30 - Mary at Mary on Lake Pulaski
Thursday, January 31 - Shelly at Prairie Moon Quilts
Friday, February 1 - back to Rene' at Rene' Creates