Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Back To Our Regularly Scheduled Programming

OK, now it's back to the main topic of this blog -- Quilting!

This is "TR12, Jane's Oak", an intermediate-level triangle in which I used the raw-edge machine buttonhole-stitch applique method for the leaf and the bottom curved piece.

6 comments:

Jackie said...

These colors are just gorgeous!! Great block.

Star said...

I like the look of your block but I can't see it properly. I clicked on the picture to see the detail, but nothing happened. As a novice quilter, I wanted to see how you'd done the curves. I haven't tried curves yet and I am intrigued as to how to go about it.
Love your Blog and your quilts and the picture of yourself as a child.
Blessings, Star

Rene' said...

I think this is my favorite of your triangles so far! Love these fabrics. Like Star I wanted to see a close up to check out the buttonhole-stitch. I was able to click on the picture but it came up with a small one.

Nanci said...

Excellent block as usual! I went back a few posts as I've not been online for a bit.
I love your photos, makes me want to move to PA.

Kim D. said...

Beautiful!! Love, love batiks..

Heather said...

The darker purple for the leaf is perfect. It looks as though you fussy cut.