Here is my uppercase F Block.
For April I am joining in this blogging fun:
I am making one uppercase block per day.
Plans are to make a twin size quilt "I Spy A-Z Quilt"
using my novelty scrap stash.
For April I am posting a quilting related post each day, except Sundays.
F is Fabric ~ I love fabric!
I have a lovely large stash and I love every scrap of it.
My blog is an ongoing testimony to my fabric love.
F is for Fussy Cutting
Fussy Cutting is using a template or ruler to cut a particular motif out of fabric to create a focal point in a quilt block.
Here is a layout for these fussy cut pieces.
Wonderful blocks can me made when fussy cutting.
(Foundation Paper Piecing)
Foundation paper piecing in making quilts is done by sewing fabric to a printed paper foundation.
This method can be used to create extremely precise points and shapes.
This block is also "fussy cut."
This is for my Ventura Quilt ~ Started Here
The fabrics in all these blocks are fussy cut,
... as are the blocks in my companion Trinket Quilt.
I was making good progress until I travelled on vacation and I never caught up.
I need to finish these beautiful starts ... hopefully this year!
and my Spelling Bee book by Lori Holt.
It is looking like I will have enough of each jelly roll strip to also make the lower case block for each letter.
I plan to use the charm pack for the scrappy I-Spy setting.
Click on the links below for more A to Z Fun: