Tuesday, March 25, 2014

BOM - Part one Finished

I've finally finished working on part one of the Di Ford BOM. I can't believe that the last eight leaves took me eight days to complete - how did I only managed an average of one leaf per day??

Now that I'm done, I'm really looking forward to starting on part two. While I was cropping this picture down in Photoshop, I realised that the bottom of the basket is not sitting parallel to the edge of the block, so at some point I'm going to straighten it up. It's only 1-2mm higher on the left side, but it's enough to bug me, so I'll get it sorted. Darn, being fussy can be a curse!!

Alrighty, I'm off to do some chores, and then I can get busy working on some appliqué circles ... happy day!

11 comments:

Kel said...

Wow, looking lovely. I love the darker colour way you have chosen. It's really dramatic. I appliqued my circles over about two days. It was very relaxing!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

looks great - I know what you mean about the basket though it would bug me until I fixed it - :)

loulee said...

Amazing as always.
The basket would annoy me too, not that I could ever hope to achieve even half of this!

Carmen y Prady said...

Precioso, esta primera parte. Te ha quedado genial.
Si tu no lo dices, no se nota el error.
Un beso

sandra said...

looking good! I have ordered it from Threadbear. Should come this week. Have been practising needle turn!!

Laura in IA said...

Wow it is marvelous.

Me and My Stitches said...

You do such beautiful work! I don't think that I would have noticed the basket, but understand having to fix it. But...how will you fix it?

Nancy said...

Appliqué always amazes me, and yours is beautiful.

LynCC said...

Oh, my! This is so pretty! It must really make you smile to look at it :)

Shay said...

Absolutely beautiful! Cant wait to see Part 2 !

Sue said...

Lovely work Tazzie. Doesn't it make a difference when you get the fabric choices just right.:-)

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