for I know the plans I have for you...to prosper you , give you a future and a hope. Jer 29:11
I did mine by machine, but the only hint I have is to pin the center and ends well. I like using lots of pins when doing curves like that.
I don't, but I know it will be beautiful when you are done!
Stitch by hand.......... Use pins................enjoy every stitch.......... Nothing is more relaxing than to sit with needle in hand...........
looks pretty hard to me... I am intimidated by sewing ~ period. Hope that you had a merry christmas!!
Pin. Yep, that's the way. You should check youtube, or pinterest. I've picked up the best "show me" videos that way, 'cause I'm a visual, tactile learner. That way I can replay and never look like I'm as slow at catching on as I really am...aka "pokey" lol Happy New Year!
Good morning! I found your blog from a mutual follower. I am a late bloomer to quilting just started a few months ago and I am loving every minute of it. So much that I up-cycled my husbands old saw horses and made myself a quilting frame, LOL. He never used them anyway :) Please come over and help me celebrate my second year blogging anniversary :)Your newest follower and blogging sister, Connie :)
I'm with Debbie J - have no idea, but know it will be beautiful however you do it! Happy New Year Kathy!! Looking forward to seeing all your wonderful projects this coming year.
I have about a hundred apple cores cut out too and have them in a box ready to hand stitch! If you find anything wonderful that helps please let me know. :) blessings, marlene