Monday, July 23, 2018

So Dearly Part 4

Today is my day to share the fourth part of my So Dearly QAL.  I have really enjoyed the beautiful ones being posted on the FB page as well as on Instagram @sodearlyqal.



Once again, the patterns were printed off and sewn as sections.  I used my wonderful Aurifil threads for my sewing.



Once the pieces were sewn, they were trimmed and arranged as they would be sewn together.



Next up was sewing them together to create Part 4.



It's fun to see them all coming together.




This has been such a fun paper pieced QAL hosted by Gosia.  If you have not joined in, there is still time.  The patterns are still available.  There is plenty of time to catch up.  The information can be found on Gosia's website.

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13 comments:

Quilting Babcia said...

This is so interesting! Not recalling seeing your previous posts about this one, so it's like only having four pieces of a 100 piece puzzle! I'll just remain in the dark and await the final reveal. Your piecing is so precise, and I love your fabrics.

Kim said...

Some more clever piecing. This section looks like part of a tree also. I am so curious as to what the finish quilt is going to look like.

Loris said...

It's fun seeing this come together. I'm guessing a large deer with antlers :-)

Jeanna said...

This is very intriguing and fun to watch. You do such amazing work, Mary. I look forward to seeing this one come together.

Anne / Springleaf Studios said...

Wow! All those pieces are amazing. Paper piecing and I don't usually get along very well.

Maria said...

Your blocks interesting ... great work with your PP.

Barb said...

Amazing piecing.....

Gosia @ Quilts My Way said...

Thank you for sharing your progress Mary ! I always love your perfect work.

OPQuilt said...

Having just read sections of Job last night, it's comfirmed: you have the patience of Job in creating these foundation paper pieced sections. And so fun to see them coming together!! I am beginning, also, to see the master plan in your color selections--looks like we have a reindeer come this way in time for Christmas? Thanks for showing us your progress!

Shez said...

wow such beautiful work,stunning progress,this is going to be so lovely,well done my friend xx

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Looks lovely, Mary! Beautiful colours, specially the background fabric you are using.

-Soma

Rhonda said...

I'm seeing a buck with antlers, maybe?! Looks great so far and I love your fabric choices.

Michele said...

You've done such a great job with this.