You’ll want to stop by tomorrow to see the quilt that Tasha is sitting on.
I was playing in Photoshop and came up with this neat picture. I’m glad I saved it because I closed the file so I could redo it in a larger size and…..forgot how I got this look. There are so many neat things you can do in Photoshop.
Mini Madness! A peek at this and a peek at that!
I have learned that a “treat” works to get Tasha to sit!For the month of March all of the Island Batik ambassadors are supposed to make a mini paper pieced project as part of Mini Madness.
This is all I have done so far, but Joan from MooseStash Quilting, a fellow Island Batik ambassador has already finished one so be sure and stop by her blog to see it.
Whenever I do foundation paper piecing I like to use newsprint. Can you see the difference in the color of the paper?
One is regular typing paper and the other is all-purpose newsprint. I buy mine from Dick Blick in a 500 sheet ream, it is very reasonable in price. (no affiliate) It is very easy to tear off your paper pieced project.
Well, guess what…..I decided to make a different Mini Madness quilt…..here is just a peek at what I’m doing.
I just realized this whole darn post is…peeks!
My Mini Madness will have a tutorial and a couple of giveaways, have you ever done foundation paper piecing, and do you like it? This will up by next week.
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