For this challenge I interpreted it to mean that I was to choose colors I normally would not work with. When I look at the primary colors of blue, red and yellow, I find that I work in colors in the blue and red areas but rarely if ever yellow. I also love bright, bold colors. So I made this quilt purposely staying away from any hint of blue or red and also bright colors. I used the Stonehenge fabrics because I wanted to make a pattern that represented the mosaic marble floors I saw when I went to Venice, Italy a few years ago. These colors of ochre and browns and beige worked well in this quilt representing the floors and giving the contrast I needed for the pattern. It is amazing how I had to consciously stay away from the colors I am naturally drawn to. I used the tumbling blocks pattern from Christine Porter's book, Viva Venezia, and then added the center mariners compass.