I have therefore used the Cath Kidston Patch book to show you diagram that she has used for stitching the patches together, hope that helps.
The winds were quite strong and cold around here yesterday leaving in its path quite a lot of destruction particularly in the North. I opted for staying in warm and comfortable in front of the stove, stitching the patches together and enjoying the colours from the vibrant fabrics. I am very happy with the way things are progressing.
Have a blessed Sunday.
See you soon.
Oh Wow, your square are absolutely gorgeous, I'm loving the pasy fabric. Your stitching together is so neat, and I can't wait to see it finished.
Yes the winds have been very strong! Stay safe indoors. It's going to be a beautiful picnic blanket. I'm making my latest quilt via the English Paper Piecing method. I might possibly start this afternoon whilst the football is on!ReplyDelete
Beautiful.... Love the colors. Have a great week!!ReplyDelete
Those squares are so bright and cheerful!ReplyDelete
I have this book, really must get on and use it! xxReplyDelete
beautiful stitches and squares!!ReplyDelete
Your squares are so pretty, my friend. It's going to be a beautiful quilt. Hugs!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for showing how to stitch them! I think maybe even I could do this!ReplyDelete
I love patchwork! There's something so quaint and timeless about them. It's been cold here too. I guess Winter is settling in. Stay warm!ReplyDelete
Your quilt is coming along beautifully. I like the cheerful colors, they remind me of springtime. Have a wonderful day, HeatherReplyDelete
The quilt is coming along beautifully. Do you use a phone or camera for taking pics? If a camera, then you could take close up shots using the macro mode. Usually this mode has a flower icon to it. This mode gives you clear focus while taking a close up shot. Most of the phones don't have that mode , only cameras do, as far as I know. Hope this helps! :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your help, it is a camera so I will give it a go with the macro mode.Delete
Your fabrics look gorgeous together! I love the colors!ReplyDelete
I remember paper piecing hexagons as a child. Havent done it for years but will make a quilt like it one day!ReplyDelete