This is what it will look like after the next round is put on. Does anyone want to make this along with me? I can provide the pdf’s for the paper shapes, if you want to do a sew along. Alternately, if there is interest, I’ll do up a sew along section for the website, if you want to purchase them already cut. There are 4 more borders for this, on top of the one I’ve shown here. Either way, leave me a comment, and make sure to leave me your email, in case your settings are for no-reply.
I’m linking up to Lorna’s Let’s Bee Social and Esther’s WOW Wednesday and also the Needle and Thread Network and Crazy Mom’s Finish it Friday for a finish that turned into a not finished.
Oh I am tempted but I already have a grandmother's garden quilt on the go. So vibrant! I also noticed your link for a Canadian English paper piecing source. I will have to check it out. Thanks.ReplyDelete
I'd never get caught up to where you are now. Sure looks nice.ReplyDelete
OMG - the new border really adds a lot to an already fascinating design!!! I've already got most of the papers (wink!) and I've cut purple/orange/green fabrics for castor & pollux but I might be persuaded to start this one as well. I'm totally crazy to start yet another project which translates into it will take me forever to finish it...but I like the design...ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I like your colors!ReplyDelete
I really like it!!! I really should finish my first EPP before.....that I started 2 years ago (oups)ReplyDelete