was added to this section. I knew that the border was good but wasn't sure how it would look when I started sewing the sections together. I liked all of the individual components but was concerned that they might not play nicely together. Once it was stitched and hung for picture taking all of my concerns dissipated! I am very happy with how it looks
In any event, this is the result when the top and middle sections were joined!
Today I will start working on the final seam and I'll also have to find a place large enough to hang and take pictures of the completed quilt top.
I've been asked to do a workshop on English paper piecing in November so I'll be sharing pictures of the project I have planned in the very near future!
Until I post again, happy sewing!
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Oh Karen, it's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
So excited for you! Looking fabulous.ReplyDelete
Just amazing! It looks quite large. I can't believe how quickly you are moving along on this!ReplyDelete
And to think, you did it one hexie at a time.ReplyDelete
Just Gorgeous wonderful work.ReplyDelete
Karen this is spectacular so far. ALl the work and details you've shared and shown really makes your quilt not only unique but will be a treasure for years to come. It's just beautiful!!ReplyDelete
WOW!!!! I love this, will you make me one? (Thought it was worth a try anyway). This is just beautiful. I have loved following along and watching the progress of this quilt. I will be waiting to see the whole quilt and to see your next project. Workshop??? more info?ReplyDelete
WoW. With or without the birds, I love it. The outsitde border is perfect with the inner border. Hope you can clean your head for the next project. Groetjes, Dientje.ReplyDelete
You go girl! Can't wait to see what you are cooking up for your next project.ReplyDelete
Lovely, lovely, lovely. The students in your EPP workshop will learn a lot -- you have such terrific ideas!!ReplyDelete