Friday, May 27, 2011

Yahoo! It's Friday!

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I have made some progress on Big Little George. I have another border planned and I hope to add it tonight. I hope even more that it will work the way I have imagined it. If you have not yet tried to sew curved seams or piece circles, this is a great project to try, Lynne at Lily's Quilts has a lovely tutorial.

I have blogging obligations. My internet friend Judith at Rags to Bags, offered the chance to be in her "second" pay it forward group. Well, I so love her work that I could not resist. So now I have obligations and an invitation. Here is how this works:

1. I will make a handmade something (it can be any kind of handmade) for the first 3 people who wish to participate and who tell me so in a comment on this post. It will be a surprise and I will send it without warning within the next 365 days.

2. You will agree to do the same thing for 3 readers of your blog. Seems that you should have a blog to participate.

3. When you get your "handmade something" you must post about your Pay it Forward on your blog and use the Pay it Forward button.


I am looking forward to sewing tonight, I am also hoping to finish Party Rings, the giant dresden quilt. I am making the binding next.

Enjoy your day.

Best,

Leanne

6 comments:

  1. this is looking fabulous. I followed Lynne's tutorial too and love it. It was so easy to piece the center circle and I love paper piecing!

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  2. Love the look of your quilt block! I am really keen on making circular quilts had a quick peak at Lynne's tutorial and will go back to that when it's not so late after a full day's work!

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  3. I think you should rename him Big Little Sumptuous George, cos he really is! Can't wait to see finished Party Rings. Jxo

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  4. I want to play PIF Leanne, and big George is gorgeous. ;)

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