One of my "rule" is to try something new every quilt.....and many time many new things in the same quilt. This time I decided to use needle turn applique technique to add interest to my baby jungle quilt. I will probably ask myself why I had such an idea after appliqueing a gazillion (or 20) flowers :) It is interesting but I am not sure if the results are worth the time. We will see.
Needle turn applique is on my "to-do" list as well. Your flowers are turning out very nice!ReplyDelete
I love the look of needle turn applique' but feel like it is above my skill set.ReplyDelete
These flowers are going to look great on that quilt.
I took a class on Craftsy and it really helped. Thank you :)Delete
I love needle turn applique!! I'm on my fourth applique QUILT!ReplyDelete
I love needle-turn applique because I like how it looks when finished, and I can take it with me to appointments, meetings, and such. Because I don't do much other handwork other than sewing on bindings and labels, needle-turn applique is my quiet time. I don't have any needle-turn applique projects underway right now, but you've inspired me to add one! Lovely flowers.ReplyDelete
Making each new quilt a new learning experience has always been my rule also. I must admit though it's getting tougher to learn something new. Love your little flowers,adorable!ReplyDelete
Yes I guess after a few years it get harder lol Thank you for passing byDelete
Your flowers are pretty. Good luck with the applique.ReplyDelete
Wow, those look really good! I have not mastered needleturn. Visiting from NTTReplyDelete
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Even though you said you've nothing to share, I came to have a look. And see what I've found! Beautiful cheery flowers! :-)ReplyDelete
I myself love hand-stitching appliqués. I find it so relaxing. Yes, it takes some time, but I use this opportunity to watch some tv (one eye on the needle and one eye on the screen). ;-)
Since you insist ;)Delete
I love the colors and pattern mix of fabrics. I also like that you learn with each quilt... me too. LeeAnnaReplyDelete