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9 January 2020

Round 2 - completed


Here's round two of the patchwork finished. 

I've taken the papers out of the previous round and the centre to make it easier to stuff into the box that I'm keeping all the bits and pieces in. 

As you can see from this post I've got the fabric cut out for the next round already. Only snag is - I've got to cut the papers out now!!! These are not easy to do as precision is vital to enable everything to fit. I'm wondering what the next round will look like and IF I'll still be interested enough to do a further round!!! Only time will tell!!!


7 comments:

Maureen said...

I didn't know that you have to use paper to make a quilt- it's a foreign language to me! Will you have to put them back when the next round is finished?

Anonymous said...

Absolutely beautiful - great colour coordination, love it!!

Jane Eborall said...

Using the method which I used to know as patchwork then yes you do need papers and no you don’t put them back after as the fabric you’re making with the patches holds itself together. I’ve found out that it’s now called English paper piecing. Who knew that?!?!?

Jane Eborall said...

Thanks, Anonymous. Glad you like the colours - they’re just what I’ve got in my stash!!!

Anonymous said...

This is so beautiful. You've got a tremendous gift for putting colors together!
StephanieW

God's Kid said...

Oh WOW!!!!! :)

Anonymous said...

Good job!

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