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Friday, March 04, 2011

Ruffled Roses BOM - 3

Ruffled Roses Quilt
February Block
err......... border........... but anyway.

Last month we began with the center block
 A close up of the raw edge applique and hand stitching I did.

Now lets add some borders, to create this;

 The thing about this BOM is that all the pieces are small,
I don't usually work this small, so it 
is quite trying, but I love the results
and if one is not challenged to improve themselves
then what is the point?

 So I began cutting and here is what I had.
 and this
 Sue writes very good instructions.
 So, I sewed the strips together and cut them into tiny units, 1 3/8 inches wide.

 Next is paper piecing the 230 little triangles and 112 strips together.


 Paper piecing helps to keep things more accurate
you put the fabric under the paper and sew on the lines.
 Just on either side of part one there.
 the dotted lines are for cutting the block down to size
which is 2 1/2 inches.

 Chain stitching each one twice.  You use a small stitch so
once done the paper tears away with ease.
 And here is the result

 Now lets sew them together to make an X


 First join two together then put two sets together, be sure to
pin so everything lines up (finished these up today, took awhile).
 To get this........
Ok, sew first we put on a floater (burgundy), 
next the stripped border, then another
floater (also burgundy)
then the X border.
Sew, what do you think?

Pretty cool?

Next months additions
(well this month cause I am late and it is March now, LOL)
Sew until next month.

May God bless you and keep you.

I am linking up to Pink Saturday,
visit Beverly @ How Sweet the Sound for 
lots of wonderful pinks. 

11 comments:

Candi said...

Gail it looks great! Nice work.
hugz:)
Candi

Fun With This and That said...

Wow what alot of work Laura

Lisa said...

Happy Pink Saturday. You must have so much patience. One day I'll give quilting a go.

Cheers,
Lisa x

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

Beautiful work! HPS

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

OMG!! This is amazing!! What a work of art!!
I so wish I could do something like that but I am afraid that my vision is not that good to do this!!

HPS!!

Hugs,
Debbie

She'sSewPretty said...

Oh Wow! That looks unbelievably complicated. I am definitely impressed! It turned out beautiful too. Happy Pink Saturday!

Gabriela Delworth said...

Happy Pink Saturday!


You do awesome work!


~ Gabriela ~

kasthurirajam said...

lovely

desertskyquilts said...

It looks beautiful. I'd never do it. The size of your strips looks about like the pieces I just threw out as being too small of a scrap! But when you are done, you will have something really pretty.

Fleur de Bee said...

OMGOSH!! That is a ton of work and very beautiful!! I don't quilt but in my sewing I do know how much work goes into something like this. Congrats on your beautiful creation!!

Happy Pink Saturday!! So fun to be new friends!!

xo Molly

desertskyquilts said...

Duh, I just noticed your new header. I love it!