This is what I've been working on at the end of the day when I sit own after dinner and put my feet up. I find working on an intricate Lucy Boston block is just the ticket for relaxation. Stitch by stitch it comes together to form this kaleidoscopic look.
This block started out from only two fabrics from The Old Sturbridge Village Anniversary Collection by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Fabrics.
Thank you all for your wonderful comments about your Mothers. There seems to be a common thread of strength, determination, ability to create, and love, running through the comments. Don't forget to leave a comment on my post yesterday to be entered in the contest to win a Heritage pattern. The contest ends this Friday the 13th.
Busy weekend here with lots of running around to baseball, and softball games. Dinner with the kids. Pattern writing, printing, and lots of computer work to get ready for Quilt Market. This week I'll be concentrating on pulling my Butterscotch Baskets presentation together for the School House session. When I return home from Market, I'm going to sleep for an entire week. Well that's not going to happen, but I am going to get back to my sewing machine which has been gathering dust.
Wow ! you are such an invisionary ! Gorgeous !ReplyDelete
Such fantastic results from fussy cutting!ReplyDelete
The Lucy Boston block turned out beautifully, Lynn. The fabric is gorgeous and the fussy cutting is perfect!ReplyDelete
Beautiful block and fabric. What size is the block? Will this be a planned or scrappy quilt? Where can I find the pattern? How much fabric per block? Is the background fabric also from the same line?ReplyDelete
Beautiful block Lynn. Good luck with all the prep for Market!! Hugs, HReplyDelete
the block is beautiful. getting back home to sew and refuel sounds like the right thing for you after all this whirlwind of activity.ReplyDelete
Oh my....blown awat by this obe, Lynn! I know I need to add to my big print stash now!ReplyDelete
Amazing quilt block !! GORGEOUS!!ReplyDelete
Love your fussy cutting of your fabrics. a totally different and amazing block. Happy Stitching.ReplyDelete
You always amaze me!ReplyDelete
In one word: AMAZING!ReplyDelete
Hi, dear! I live in the South of Brazil and I just love your work!!! Thanks for sharing those beauty!ReplyDelete
This is one of the most beautiful blocks of Lucy Boston I have ever seen. What creativity and what an eye for fussy cutting!ReplyDelete
esta simplesmente fabuloso.ReplyDelete
onde se pode comprar os tecidos?
do you have the patterns and paperfor the english paperpiecing the very intricate ones i have seen on facebookReplyDelete