Here's my 12 x 12 for my swap partner. I knew I wanted to do some free formed piecing a la Ruth Mc Dowell. I began by making monochromatic pieces of fabric and then drew a free formed flower on a piece of tracing paper which I used as a guide only. I liked having the tracing paper square at the end to see where I would trim or where I needed a bit more. I hope my partner enjoys it! It was a challenge and fun to make.
Now to get it quilted, bound and in the mail.
Beautiful! Your swap partner is lucky!
gorgeous!!!!! love it! so creative!
It's really lovely!
This is wonderful! I'd love it in my mailbox!
We will all draw lots if your partner does not love it! (Highly unlikley!!)
Absolutely terrific -- thanks for explaining how you did it. Really wonderful!
Oh Ellen, it's a jewel! Move over, Ruth......
It is so cool!
So sweet! I just love it.
It is breathtaking. Who ever receives it will love it.
WOW! I love this!
Oh my goodness! It's glorious. You have one lucky partner!
This is just fabulous! I'd love to: receive it (join the club I know), and try it! This would be an excellent block for a tutorial...love it!
Your partner will love it. It's beautiful!
Yes, I'm with Chris - a tutorial would be great.
i LUV it!!! it's beautiful! your partner is surely lucky!!
oh man, I just wanted to let you know that V said you were my partner and that I should be getting that.
HAHAHAHA!!!! Nice try Glen! you clever devil you!
That is absolutely wonderful. I would see a whole quilt using blocks like that. So creative and happy!
Whoops, I meant to say I COULD see a whole quilt using those blocks.
Absolutely gorgeous - I love anything with flowers on it.
Stunning! I would love to see a tutorial on how to make a block like this. Wow!
this is terrific! a real work of art - would love to see a tutorial of the flower.... please!
What more can I say that hasn't been said already....thanks for bringing the spring to me in Wisconsin!! Love your creation, thanks for sharing!! A tutorial of how to make something similar would be terrific!!!
Wow, that's a stunner. Great job!
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