Hello, dear readers!
I'm still very busy.
This piece of fabric started out as one fat quarter and I had to figure a way to get at least 10 identical sets of something. Taking the time to really, really look at your fabric, something magical happens.
The repeats were in a swirl! Yay!
This is what I cut and wrapped using EPP.
Plus I had a smidgen left for the stars. I'm trying to put it all together for you as a finished rosette. I can tell you that I've not had this much fun with quilting in a while. It's amazing what you can turn up with the fabrics.
Now I'm thinking that in order to have enough repeats I might (might) buy yards. But I'm holding back on this because I wanted to use most of my stash.
I am still in the process trying to decide colors with my fossil ferns stash. I may have to add something different, but I'll be happy just to mosey along.
Hopefully, tomorrow I'll be able to show you the next round.
I also ordered EPP papers and an acrylic template for another beautiful work of art
which is in book 1 and is called Memories of Asia.
You can take a spin to www.paperpieces.com and see all the wonderful papers, templates, and goodies. They have everything you could need. I really like using the glue pen, wrapping the papers goes really fast. I have thread basted some of the smaller pieces, but it's your preference, or I can trade off when I need a change of pace :)
It's so addictive, unreal.
It's a fabric puzzle!