Some of my patterns

3 May 2016

Finally!


The owls are finished. Took me a bit longer than I expected as I've had a few interruptions in life but, I must add, nice ones.

I'm not really happy with the border as it just didn't 'go right'. I followed the destructions but I did struggle with it. Still it's done and now I need to decide what to do with it - when I find it again!!!!

It has inspired me to want to do more of this type of work so I'll now start looking around for new projects but they'll have to be a bit simpler than this one!!!!

9 comments:

  1. I love your owls! They look as though they should be hung on the wall so that they can look down on you.

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  2. I think you have a little granddaughter who would love the owls! - or else you could make this panel the centre of a larger quilt - if you know how to do that. What is the technique again? - I've forgotten.

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  3. You can send them up here... I'll do something with them for you!! Rofl

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  4. The owls are adorable! Leave it to you to start with a complicated pattern! ;-)

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    1. It's foundation piecing, Diane. Interesting to do.

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  5. Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
    I am not a fan of owls, but those have my vote for fabulous!!!!! :)

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  6. Love this work and fun to see the progression, I really like the night sky, you know when you here them :)

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  7. We use fake owls to keep the woodpeckers away from the chimney, but yours are too pretty. I admire anyone who can sew.

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