The challenge for our March Island Batik process was to try a technique that is new to me. It was hard to find something that I have not attempted to do, but then I remembered that I wanted to learn to use a Quick Curve Ruler by Sew Kind of Wonderful. I purchased both rulers and decided to use the larger one to make a table runner.
When you purchase the rulers, there is a project sheet included with great directions on how to use this ruler. It was so easy! I chose some yummy Island Batik fat-quarters from the Spring Bloom
collection provided to me by Island Batik.
I quickly cut out the pieces as shown above, and laid them out next to my sewing machine.
The blocks were sewn up in no time at all....and without using pins!
It looks great on my table with the daffodils I managed to save from Mother Nature's joke on us. We just came back from wintering in South Texas....and it is very cold and snowing here!
I have to brag about my sweet little bunny rabbit...my 13 year old grandson loves to make things and he made this adorable bunny for me. I love it!
Although I love wintering in South Texas, I am so happy to be home. I missed my grand-kids and my sewing room. So....its cold outside and I plan to hibernate in my sewing room today! What are you doing? Hope you are having some good creative sewing time today.....
grace and peace....Sharon
Oh...and Bella is happy to be home again...her house has stopped moving!
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