Jan 24 12

Bosom Buddies and Winner of the Famore Scissors Give-Away!

Have you ever noticed how you kind of can’t go wrong when you pair blue and yellow together?  Not sure why, but joining these 2 always seems to work…

…And it seems like it works whether you use light blues, medium blues, or dark blues:

I guess these colors are just bosom buddies:

You’re probably getting sick of feathered wreath blocks but I can’t stop making them!!

And last but not least, the winner of the pair of Famore batting scissors is  Pam C, with comment #130.  Congratulations, Pam!


  1. Amy C Says:

    We never get tired of your feather wreaths. Always beautiful. Congrats to Pam!

  2. a1angiem Says:

    Yes, they ARE always beautiful and I love thoese colours together! Now that the winner is drawn I can order my scissors – found a dealer here in Canada and just might add some pinking shears as well! Congrats to Pam C and thanks for having a great prize, Patsy! (P.S. can’t complain about our winter either so far…but I still hate it! 🙁 Cold is cold!

  3. Debbie St. Germain Says:

    Love the blue on the yellows, really nice contrast.


  4. Kelly Jackson Says:

    Congrats to Pam on the Famore win….she’ll love the Ez Glide Batting and Fabric scissors.

    Blue and yellow are my mother’s colors..so I thought of her instantly. They always work together …remind me of Spring…and sunlight…something I enjoyed for part of the day yesterday…Hot Dog!


  5. Sew Quilt Embroider Says:

    Simply beautiful! Love the color contrast.

  6. Kay Lynne Says:

    I’m not sure where they are on the color wheel, but they do make a great pair. Love your wreath blocks!

  7. Nadine Says:

    Congrats to Pam C!!! How wonderfull!!!! I do love blue and yellow together. The colors seem to compliment each other. Very pleasing to the eye.

  8. Anna` Says:

    Patsy, I am so sorry to hear about your misfortune on the road. Losing treasured quilts made by your own hands to a mindless, selfish thief has to be an incomparable experience. Please know that others share your sense of loss.