9.08.2010

Applique and Curved Piecing

 I got caught up on my Bee Blocks for Tracey today.
She wanted a Cartwheel
This was my very first time to do curved piecing. I know it's not perfect but for my first time I think I did all right. :)
She also wanted a tree block.
You know me,
I have to do some applique, 
and what started as one applique tree turned into an applique Forrest.
Hope that's okay Tracey!
Don't you just love Bee groups!
I am really having a lot of fun with this group. They have pushed me to learn new skills and improve on others!
Thanks ladies!

Have you participated in a fun Bee group?

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14 comments:

  1. I absolutely love them both.

    Thank you so much Natalia! :)

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  2. OK Natalia, they are not PERFECT...but I am telling you your perfect and my perfect are at both ends of the scale..yours for 10, mine for 1+ lol. I am not even ready to try anything like that...and be brave enough to show and tell..nosiree...lol
    next year let's have a bee, just you and me.
    blessings ms

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  3. I'm in a great bee, but I so want to be in a holiday bee like you are! Maybe we can start one next year. I'll ask you for advice - or you can do another one and invite me! :)

    Oh, and your blocks look GREAT!

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  4. I'm in a great bee, but I so want to be in a holiday bee like you are! Maybe we can start one next year. I'll ask you for advice - or you can do another one and invite me! :)

    Oh, and your blocks look GREAT!

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  5. Pretty good curved piecing. Why is it so intimidating? It is for me, anyway. I think your trees are super cute.

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  6. They both look wonderful to me. I tend to be a mood quilter, so depends on my mood and something that motivates me. This week it is hexagons, lol. After that, I am thinking a few christmas quilts, so I can have them ready for the season. This time I will do one I can cut fast and sew by machine.

    Debbie

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  7. looks pretty good to me. I havn't made a curved piece either and would like to try someday.
    Like a lot of the other comments I would love to be in a Holiday Bee as well. If you remember, or continue to watch your blog, if you do such a bee, I'm in!

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  8. I love Bees and wish I had time do join more!! Love your blocks and fabrics!!

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  9. Your curved piecing looks pretty good to me. And I love your little forest. :)

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  10. Looks fantastic! And I LOVE our bee group!

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  11. A cartwheel? Could be a Christmas wreath too with the fun fabrics you chose - to go along with the fun trees.

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  12. I haven't done bees or swaps in a while but maybe its time to jump back into them. I've been so inpsired by everything folks are showing off. And one of my favorite holiday quilts is made from swap blocks.

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  13. I love the applique forest! So pretty!

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