Lucy Boston…..Patchwork of the Crosses
I am making progress…slowly…..
Great Tutorial - part one here if you are keen to try…..and then part two here….
Sue Daly has some wonderful tutorials on EPP….using glue
Happy Friday, take care, keep safe
Beautiful Peg. You are doing well. Hugs,xx
gorgeous block peg,I watched a sue daly video on clamshells, It was a great step by step. Managed them quite well.
Really lovely Peg.
Great block Peg, I love the rich colours you chose. Very nice little pincushion in the background too.
Hi Peg wow i love your Lucy Boston ,dont those colours look fantastic,you have a knack when it comes to colours my friend,hope you have an awesome day my friend.xx
I have just read through both tutorials and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that quilt. How I wish I saw it two weeks ago. I have some fabric I really like and have been saving, not really sure what to do with it that would be perfect for that quilt. It is straight to the top of my 'To Do' list....after I finish my stars...if I can wait that long. The colurs you have chosen are perfect and your fusst cutting looks great. So very, very nice!
Oh it is lovely Peg. I love them...they are very addictive Lol!
I am so tempted by a Lucy Boston quilt..........maybe one day.....need to the other one done first......
Gorgeous Peg. hugs....
wow, love this Peg...I have the papers, the material and the intentions, just have not put all three together yet...love your colours...
These blocks look wonderful. Slow progress is still progress.
Wonderful. Looks great!Hugs, Carmen María.
Lovely block, love the colours used.
You are a saint taking that on. More patience than I own!
oooh pretties!!!! I have the papers, just have to get started!!! :o) xox
Gobsmacked....that is amazing. It looks incredibly difficult, Peg!
Beautiful Peg, also love that little pincushion.
WOW-EE!! Beautiful!! I don't know how you get the points so "pointy". That's a huge challenge for me.hugsxxx
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg