The paper-piecing skills were honed even more piecing this modernish Dresden for Emily. Her quilt will consist of different colored wheels – I love the idea. I can’t wait to see the other colored blocks. I’ll try and find out if there’s an available pattern for piecing this block.
Finally, this is my last block in Jackie’s Blogger’s Block of the Month. This block was designed by Sarah Fielke and you can find the instructions here. There are lots of great blocks in this series, and of course, it’s never to late to join in – the block tutorials will always be available.
Kerri has one of my favorite selections of Japanese import fabrics (love those mushrooms and bunnies!) and vintage inspired prints. I love using them in my i-spy quilts – they give them that cute, retro look. Thanks, Kerri!
And now, it feels good to be caught up on Bee blocks. On to Christmas sewing!
I forgot to mention, I had a little sewing ‘adventure’ over the past holiday weekend – I sewed a sewing machine needle through my left pointer finger! My husband thought I was crazy when I told him to take a picture of it before I had him pull it out. I won’t share the picture here, but I did share it on my Facebook page if you’re a thrill seeker and you’d like to see a needle sticking through one side of my finger and out the other.
Between rotary cutters, needles, swallowing pins, I think we sewers definitely qualify as ‘living on the edge’ extreme sports enthusiasts.