|Rear of my Eldest's wall tidy|
|Pocket of wall tidy|
|The entire front of her wall tidy|
|My youngest daughter's wall tidy.|
|A fuzzy middle of the wall tidy...|
|Paper pieced heart|
|Bargello cutting board bag|
|Practice foundation pieced log cabin|
|one of four final pieces.|
|Gaia's wall tidy...|
|the back of Gaia's wall tidy|
|The top rear of Gaia's wall tidy|
|Bargello - Batiks are some of my new best friends|
|My paper piece design heart, sat on my journal - part patchwork/quilting diary and every day diary...|
I don't know....
it looks very intricate, difficult, and when you are actually doing it, you realise just how 'easy' it is. Of course there is a huge issue with perfection. You have to place things and sew thing's just right, otherwise it isn't placed, or pieced properly. One other thing I have been doing a lot of is, unpicking. However, as I have gone through and done the undoing, I am learning to go slow when I need to. Take it easy, don't rush because that's when I miss little instructions on patterns and that is when I have to either re-do or live with a less than perfect end result.
I love the wall tidies though and am in the process of designing my own foundation pieced heart pockets so they can be sold for Valentines...
Better get a shoofty on though as it's too close to ignore...
I'd best get a card for the love of my life.... and one for Simon... ;-)
Take care lovely people and happy quilting, sewing, or what ever crafting you are doing x