Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Bella Skill Builder Pt 2

Bella Skills Builder Part 2, Orange Peels! I tried really hard to place these perfectly on each square, even so they are definitely not perfect.

(Fat Quarter Shop is hosting a monthly skill building pattern. You'll finish a few blocks per month of a certain skill, see the bottom for the full quilt)

I used Fat Quarter Shop's template and they are raw edge, using a temporary iron-on adhesive and stitched down.

It's really hard to get a good pic of the colors. The pink is so soft and the darker color is a fuchsia/wine and not as bright as it appears. It was really hard to choose a solids color palette with no print to base it on. I went with a winter berry theme.

Bella Skill Builder, Part 1:

And a wrinkly one of them all together.


Here's the full quilt, I'm excited! I think pineapple blocks are next, which is new for me!


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I love the colors you are working with. I wanted to do this skill builder, but I have so much sewing on my plate right now, I just couldn't fit one more thing in!

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