Mine went from pale yellow in the center to purple to dark blue on the outside. It is the quilt is use as a bad example when I teach this class. Nothing is wrong with the quilt and I use it on my bed frequently but it doesn't bloom. It looks like there is a center medallion of yellow surrounded by purple and blue. Pretty but not the look I was going for.
The next one was much more successful. It goes from light yellow to dark blue and blooms wonderfully. I have hung this one in the shop as a class sample for several classes and years. While I love this quilt - it is time to make a new sample.
Here are the fabrics I am going to use this time. I have become obsessed with black and white recently and seem to be using it all the time. Anyway, I can't wait to see how this one turns out. I don't usually put an inner border on a Blooming Nine Patch but I decided to add a narrow bright yellow to this one and then finish it off with another black and white border. It will end up as a new sample for my class at Tiny Stitches.