2010 | I am happy to display scans and photos of your paper-pieced projects.
HEATHER & DESKIN'S DOUBLE WEDDING RING QUILT
by Valarie Macdonald
As you can see it is really easy to enlarge this pattern. Just kept adding blocks till body is was large as I like and then make the needed border blocks. My daughter wanted a straight border, all the better and fast to bind. The two pillows were just as easy and beautiful. Thank you for making this a breeze to make. I have always loved them but didn't want to do one the old fashion style and take a million years in getting it done since I and my machine are one.
Traditional Double Wedding Ring
BRIDE, GROOM, CAKE
by Mary Campbell,
I thought I would do the Bride first as I thought she would be "easy". HA!
I bought a roll of tulle but it didn't work for me. After I did her veil in white I saw a roll of transparent silver tulle at JAs. That maybe would have worked?
The biggest problem was the placement of the ribbons. I finially undid some of the stitches that I had sewn and put the ribbons in the "hole" and sewed it down. My fingers are very arthritic and they don't do what I want them to do. Expression on her face leaves a little to be desired but I wasn't about to do it over again. Anyhow, I love it. I love doing your patterns. Here is my wedding cake.
I wanted to have it framed on the table at an engagement party. My friend
JoAn did the framing........after I thought I could and couldn't! :)
Mary is allowing me to use her wedding cake as
the sample for the pattern cover! Thank you, Mary!
Bride, Groom, Cake
MYSTERY #54 A LITTLE GIFTIE & NATIVITIES
by Lisa Throneberry
I just posted a picture of Mystery #54 for the world to see and put in a link to your site.
Also, further down, there are lots of pictures of the Nativity projects a bunch of us girls did last July. All of those projects will be in the upcoming Bulloch Hall Quilt Guild Show in Roswell, GA this March. I'll send ya pictures of those from the show.
Thanks for these cool patterns. I am having fun with them!!!
Nativity | Mystery #54 is not available for sale yet.
No scanner? You can mail photos to:
Paper Panache, P.O. Box 2124,
Winnetka, CA 91396-2124.
If you would like your photo returned,
include an SASE.