But more importantly, this is March's block. It took me suuuuuch a long time. I hand pieced all the curves, and then machine pieced the straight lines. The centre circle was appliquéd on with the method in Sarah Fielke's Craftsy course, and fitted pretty well. I love the two teeny little bits of liberty in the arrow heads. I am pleased I took my time though, because I would have been gutted if I had stuffed it up. There is only one main block to go now next month, although I have the appliqué blocks to finish.
The lesson I really learned was that it is time for me to try machine piecing curves though. I say it every month! But I am determined to give it a go.
Sorry about the rubbish night time photo. But you can still see the matching points okay. *smug*
In addition, I have finished my little birthday cushion. Despite my plans to bind it in blue or turquoise, somehow it ended up being a solid persimmon. Hubby approves - orange is his favourite colour. The orange really shows off those little umbrellas!
This is the back, with Hydeeann's gorgeous English Paper Pieced block. I echoed the hexagon shape in the straight line quilting.
What have you been up to? Having fun sewing? In other news, I have recently acquired an overlocker, so there may be pretty dresses and skirts in the near future. For Princess, not me!
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