Blocks #1 through #6, Original and Inverse Value

I was playing around in Photoshop with these blocks and decided to click on the invert option.  What a difference it can make!  Below are blocks 1 through 6 of the Deli Geese Block Project, the original and the inverse in value.  Inverting the value in Photoshop does some funny things with the original fabrics but it’s fun to see what these blocks would look like if you used a black or very dark background and some medium or light valued fabrics.

I did think about making some of these blocks with the dark background for the blog postings but decided it would just be to confusing since I am already referring to dark and light bodied flying geese units.  I will occasionally post these blocks for you in the original version and the inverse in order to give you even more options to enjoy!

Block #1 Scarlett

1 Scarlett

1 Scarlett reverse valueBlock #2 Rhett

2 Rhett2 Rhett reverse value

Block #3 Laverne

3 Laverne

3 Laverne reverse valueBlock #4 Shirley

4 Shirley

4 Shirley reverse value
Block #5 Lewis

5 Lewis 5 Lewis reverse value
Block #6 Clark

6 Clark  6 Clark reverse value B

Deli Geese, because they’re sliced !

Enjoy!
Pat

Pat Speth author of:  Nickel Quilts,    More Nickel Quilts,    Amazing Nickel Quilts,  and  Nickel Quilts & Borders

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3 thoughts on “Blocks #1 through #6, Original and Inverse Value

  1. Thanks for this message. I have been working with a group of folks painting barn quilts for a 4-h fundraiser and this is a great demonstration of color, value, and placement. Kudos!

    Jean Condon http://www.campnana.blogspot.com ✿ quilts are like hugs, because you can’t always be there ✿

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