. . .sewed a bunch of curves together by machine and by hand. Then I sliced them, sewed them, sliced them again, added more pieces, and sewed it all together again.
Then, what if I went through my African fabrics and found four fat quarters that I really liked.
Then, I sliced them, rearranged them, sewed them, turned them on their sides, sliced, rearranged, and sewed them again.
Then, what if I added a bright orange containment border and a wider border with a great pattern.
This is Tanzania Tango.
great combo! i've been in a purple/orange/brown mood myself.
Fantastic piece... and I like the story!
I don't know how you do it but it always turns out to be amazing girl!
awsome! so creative.
Fabulous - I love it!!
Love them both! Wonderful outcome.
Tanzania Tango is awesome. But, I love ALL of your work! I would love to be able to dive into your scrap bins - LOL
Love those curves!
Wow! It looked a mess...but suddenly it's fantastic!! Miki the Magician!
lovely. I like the way you used the African prints. I've got to dig out mine....
Thank you, everyone, for your kind words. I love all the support on this site.
Fantastic. That is very cool!
i love tanzania tango. i wish i could figure out the pattern for it. sort of a convergence quilt. it is great. beautiful colors as well. that orange rocks!
Great process post! Wonderful result!
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