Sunday, October 21, 2018

So Dearly - Part 7

I am excited to share my seventh and next to last part of the Sew Dearly QAL today.  This is the last week to download this section's pattern for free so be sure to grab it.



Again, the individual parts were paper pieced.  Like a puzzle, they were all laid out.



The pieces were then sewn into sections and the sections were sewn together.


Only one more clue to go before the background is filled in for the completed image.



I'm sure that there would be time to join in with us if you want to sew along and be eligible for some fabulous gifts.  Each section of the pattern is available HERE.  Gosia has done a great tutorial for each part on her blog, Quilts My Way.

12 comments:

Kim said...

Oh wow, Mary, this is looking fabulous! I can't wait to see it all finished. Such a great pattern!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I'm liking this, Mary!

Quilting Babcia said...

this looks like fun, and I love your background fabric!

Loris said...

He's coming together :-) Great fabrics for this piece of art. Lovely!

beth s said...

Looking good!

Gosia @ Quilts My Way said...

Beautiful !!! Can't wait to see your finished work.

Rhonda said...

Mary, Mary as I've said in earlier comments, your fabric choices are spot on & the deer or moose is unique! This is going to be one of your great masterpieces!!

Ramona said...

It’s getting close to being finished. Looking so good!

KaHolly said...

I really admire you for attacking this project and sticking to it! It’s going to be beautiful when completed!

OPQuilt said...

Your paper-piecing skills are awesome. This deer looks great, and will be a great addition to your holiday decor (or as a gift). I love all these groups you participate in, as I know you need an outlet for all your fabulous energy!

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Oh wow, you are almost finished with this one. I am so glad you found more background fabric at the store, because it looks so amazing!!

-Soma

Jeanna said...

This is an interesting pattern and looks like it has been a fun project. Looking forward to seeing the finished quilt.