Our shoppe recently received several bolts of Denyse Schmidt's new line Chicopee!
Very vintage and totally Denyse Schmidt...I really love it.
this line lends itself to traditional blocks
so I played with a great little traditional block...
the name is a bit creepy...but I love the simplicity of this block...
The Coffin Star
i think that black voltage dot is perfection! it really does look perfect with everything~!ReplyDelete
You manage to make any fabric shine Mary! Brilliant blocks!ReplyDelete
Lovely! I've been holding back from getting any, but seeing very pretty things out of Chicopee.ReplyDelete
Wow! That is dynamic! :o)ReplyDelete
Looks terrific, but I agree that block name is pretty creepy, maybe you could re-name it the Eternity Star or something like that, anything that isn't so morbid sounding!!ReplyDelete
such lovely blocks, Mary. Oh, and the name really is creepy!ReplyDelete
What a strange name! Theyre wonderful blocks though and that range looks like a must have , though I have been resisting...ReplyDelete
A lovely mix & array of colours - love the blocks, but I agree, they need a new name to match their prettiness !ReplyDelete
Your blocks always inspire....wondering how large they are...hard to tell from the picture. It is funny to see everyone loving the '70's again!! Great job, Mary. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
cute cute! Has a vintage flair to it.ReplyDelete
It is very pretty fabric!ReplyDelete
I wonder where the Coffin Star got it's name? There has to be a story there somewhere!
I love the patterns, they work so well with the 'creepy' block!ReplyDelete
Creepy block name, but the end result is so pretty! I think I'm going to get a few FQs to add to my stash.ReplyDelete
They are lovely, but I would have to rename them! Ada :)ReplyDelete
You make the morbid look great - wonder why it has such an awful name! I have one Chicopee print so far - looking at this I may well have to get more!ReplyDelete
Loving this fabric...but then again I love all her fabric...ReplyDelete