After I finished our taxes, I had time this past weekend to work on my One Monthly Goal (OMG)
. This quilt has proved to be more challenging than I anticipated.
It has been slow going as it's been difficult to get all the blocks sized correctly. It actually took me three tries to get those half log cabin pieces made correctly as the rotary cutting was too imprecise. I finally resorted to foundation piecing to get some of the blocks sized correctly. (I really love Electric Quilt.)
I also made the tulip blocks with paper piecing but I forgot to take photos.
I'm hoping the border is more straightforward, but there are still some more triangles to fit together.
My plan for the coming week is to keep working on this project until it's finished.
I'm linking up with
It's going to be lovely when you are finished becuase it's already great!ReplyDelete
Paper piecing can be a pain, but if you need accuracy there is nothing better. It's a beautiful project. Good luck with the rest of the piecing.ReplyDelete
What a lovely spring quilt. <3 Good luck with the border. Those biases can be tricky. Starching before cutting helps.ReplyDelete
Oh, and thanks for joining the Sew & Tell party!ReplyDelete
Sharon you made great progress on the quilt. Working with Biased edges can be a pain but this is going to be stunning when you get it done. I love the colours you are using. Thank you for linking with To Do Tuesday. Have a great week this week.ReplyDelete
Sharon, that Flower Paths quilt is absolutely beautiful! I think you did a great job especially with the biased edges you worked with. This looks so spring-like! Thanks for linking up with Monday Musings!ReplyDelete
Wow, it is just gorgeous! Well worth all the time you have put into it!! I hope you had a great week and thanks for joining in on Monday This and That! xxReplyDelete
Your Flower Paths is already gorgeous! Guess it will be worth the extra effort, right? :DReplyDelete