My "design chair" today is holding 4 snow globe blocks constructed for the Quilting Post Snow Globe swap. They are waiting to be trimmed to the correct size. It was the first time I appliqued with my Sapphire 870 since I purchased it almost 2 years ago. I used a narrow satin stitch and am very pleased with the outcome.
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What cute blocks. I love the cardinal fabric. We have cardinals in our yard quite often and they really do brighten up a dreary winter day.ReplyDelete
Snowglobes! What an idea for the novelty prints that I don't know what to do with.ReplyDelete
That would be fun to select what to put inside the snowglobes!ReplyDelete
I love the snow globe idea. That is something I might like to do, especially for a gift quilt. Thanks.ReplyDelete
never seen a snowglobe design before-love it. You could really do so much with that idea.ReplyDelete
What a great idea! I have never seen this pattern before.ReplyDelete
Those are too cute! Great job on the applique!ReplyDelete
Sorry I'm late catching up -- these are gorgeous! :) Take care, Dianne B. in EnglandReplyDelete
Thank you for comments at my blog and my Bunny Hill BOM.ReplyDelete
I love the snowglobe idea - great way to use the fabrics to.
Hugs, Helle :-)