Here is layer one complete:
If you look at the different colors of blanket-stitching above you can see that the orange and yellow are very small in size and the two greens are stitched in a much larger size.
Here is layer two done. All I got to add for layer two was a stem.
And here is the final block! It makes me feel ready for spring. I really like the batik print for this pot. It's so colorful.
Check back on Wednesday to see how I quilted it and don't forget to join my Machine Applique Adventures Facebook Group! I can't wait to see what you're up to.
Here's Margaret's Block number five that was shared on the Facebook Group. I love her color choices!
I love how these look in batiks. If I ever get a chance to try these do you think they would look good in regular quilting cotton? Also, do you trim the stabilizer when you're ready to quilt these pieces?ReplyDelete
I think they would look amazing in regular cotton. My mother is planning to do them in a combination of both. Once I am finished with a block I do rip the stabilizer away before I layer the quilt.Delete