This is the second block and with the exception of the dark outer ring all of the pieces were cut from leftover bits and pieces. I'm having great fun using up small scraps for these blocks.
In case you missed it I have a giveaway running. You could win one of my scissor fob pincushions. I'll custom make the fob for the winner!
To enter go here and take a look at the stilettos my brother made then leave a comment on that post (comments entered under this post will not be entered in the draw). Be sure that your comment includes which stiletto you prefer and what features you think are most important!
I'll announce the winner at 9:00 am October 8th. Please be sure that you are not a no-reply blogger because if you are I have no way of contacting you. I reply to every comment so if you don't get an email from me in response to you comment then you are a no reply blogger unless you provide your email address in your comment.
Until I post again, happy sewing!
I love your block. It looks complicated and you did a wonderful job on it. You are your brother are very talented. I like a longer stiletto so that I can manage it better in. Y hands.ReplyDelete
Love your Gardens of a King blocks, beautiful work!ReplyDelete
beautiful blocks but they look tricky to makeReplyDelete
I love the fussy spot on the second one!ReplyDelete
Love this pattern. Can't wait to she publishes it.ReplyDelete
Love the blocks! Definitely going to be a pattern to look out for, and you are featuring some lovely fabric combinations. She got the right person to test this out !ReplyDelete
The blocks are very pretty and looks like you did a great job. I believe I like the shorter stilletto with the longer handle, more to hang on to..thanks..ReplyDelete
Two more beautiful blocks! Looking forward to following the progress on this!ReplyDelete
I love these blocks.............ReplyDelete