As I said in my previous post 2012 is going to be the year of using up my scraps as well as trying to master paper piecing. After watching numerous you-tube clips and reading books and magazines I felt that I was ready to tackle this head on today.
Somehow this does not look like anything that I saw on you-tube or in the books.
This is definitely
nothing like what I saw on you-tube or in the books. I think I had best go and have another look to see why I have something back to front and a side missing. How hard can it be to sew fabric in numerical order I ask you. Obviously very hard for me.
Looking a little better but certainly room for improvement.
Now that is looking a whole lot better. By the time I work my way through that pile of scraps I may have worked out what all this paper piecing is about - hopefully.
Hang on - where have all these new scraps come from - I am supposed to be reducing the pile not adding to it.
Hehehehe you'll get there in the end....it just may be a long end is all.At least you're attempting paper peiceing I gave up after one try :) Barb.
It does get better over time. Trust me, I know from esperience..lol
What a grand start to a new year!!?? I have tried it once, must give it another go, but what to make? I have so many WIP at the moment. Later!
I haven't tried paper piecing yet but yours looks like it's coming along nicely. Lol, your scraps seem to just be decreasing in size.
At least you have had a go, Karen. It looks like you've got the hang of it now. I haven't even tried yet- what a chicken. lol. :)
Practice makes perfect....or a bigger pile of scraps! :)
Oh dear Karen, but they do look better the further down the page i went, Good Luck with it.
Wow you are getting there. It does get better in time as Michell says and a great start to 2012. Hugs
Karen, it does get easier, must look for some tips that helped me!
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