September 2013 | I am happy to display photos of your paper-pieced projects.
Nativity by Lynn Acheson
Well I finally finished my Summer project. I was a little nervous about the small pieces in some of the sections, before I began, but now I have finished, I feel that I could tackle almost any paper piecing project in the future. I made a couple of small mistakes, but don't think anyone else would notice them. I used a small square of gold foil type fabric, for the angel's halos and trumpets and for the king's gifts, which I found in a scrap box at a local market stall. I really like how they shine, although this doesn't really show up on the photo.
I am thinking about having my finished quilt put into a frame so that I can hang it over the mantelpiece during Advent and the Christmas period. Thanks for creating such a lovely design.
by Anita Daggett, Beaverton, OR
Here's a photo of the tote bag I created today. I've been meaning to do this since the block was published. ... The flamingo is the symbol of an internet "guild" I belong to. We used to do one-day-quilt-frenzies and we call ourselves Frenz, instead of friends.
Flamingo PDF Pattern
by Toya Miller
Just wanted to thank you for sharing your baseball pattern. Here is the WIP. I enlarged it a little to make things a bit easier, since this is only my 3rd paper pieced block. Pattern works great, thanks again!
Free Baseball Block
by Sandra Marshall
I made [designed] my first paper-pieced pattern of a spade fish for a Christmas stocking. The fish was designed after a Spadefish we catch in the Chesapeake Bay. Love your website and patterns.
This is Sandra's own design
MB68 by Molly Armstrong, Issaquah, WA
A little late, and not exactly a mystery, as I saw the block before I started, but I love it! The colors are so much fun, and I love the movement of the tulips!
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