It made me want to get to work on a spring runner for myself.
Now to get the other blossoms on and the second half ironed down.
I had been working on this quilt top, and had all the blocks ready to go. Somehow the math didn't work! I now have to trim off 1/4 inch off each side of the four patches to make it fit. Not sure how that happened. Nothing finished this week, not even the spring weather, it rained yesterday and is supposed to again today. I think I will move on to next week.
I love your blossoms...both real and hand made. I am jealous of the real ones, but ours will come soon.ReplyDelete
Every once in a while the math just doesn't work out. LOVE those fabrics!ReplyDelete
Will be a very beautiful table runner. Ouch! on the math. I bet we've all done the same thing!ReplyDelete
Beautiful appliqué! Will you hand or machine stitch?ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Pretty springy projects with some AQUA thrown in for the RSC. Hope you are having SEW much fun!ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I find batiks hard to hand stitch even with the sharpest needles!ReplyDelete
My math is always off, so I make everything a 1/4" bigger, just in case and trim down.ReplyDelete
Loving your applique pretty with the batiks. How nice Spring has arrived for you.ReplyDelete
That bird fabric is so pretty. Good thing the 4patches are too big, and not too small. Quilting math can be such a pill!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful work, I love applications.ReplyDelete
So pretty--love the applique. We have poppies in our yard and they are all over the hills in California now.ReplyDelete
That quilty math gets me too sometimes! But your fabric and applique are lovely. I especially love the bird fabric!ReplyDelete
Your appliqué is lovely! I'm crushing on your birdie fabric, too...ReplyDelete
Love your bird fabric and appliquesReplyDelete