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Saturday, January 3, 2015

SFF 243 patch work

This challenge 243 for speedy Fox and friends is to make a patch work background
Now i have made a couple of quilts in my day and thought this would be much easier .....not so much ..........some how the math gets in the way and there are little hidden uneven pieeces ( just like my quilts ......bet you can do much better come http://mfpstampshop.com and show us your stuff, you will have a chance to win a MFP stamp set . I used MFP Pretty Pears

14 comments:

  1. The uneven pieces show that a quilt is made with love, not in a factory. At least that's what I tell people when you look at mine! There's a reason why I love wonky patterns and crazy quilts - you can't see my mistakes.

    Love the sea foam and pink colour combo you chose.

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  2. Great card Lis, maths is not one of my strong points...lol

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  3. Wow! your patchwork looks wonderful, Lis! As for the math? That's what scissors are for, LOL - Happy New Year, Lis! Thanks for sharing your fabulous card! hugs, de

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  4. A cute card, Lis. You did great with the patchwork. Math is not my thing either and generally if math is a factor in a project, I avoid it.

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  5. Love the bright colors you used; perfect for the pretty pear image!

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  6. It's a lovely card Lis, love the pear, it's sits perfectly on patch work, the red matting makes it pop, Happy New Year sweetie.

    Warm hugs
    Maarit

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  7. Beautiful card Lis and such pretty colours too! I hope you had a lovely new year and thank you for your lovely comment :)
    Vic x

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  8. Wonderful patch work! Love how you used the pear image.

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  9. Lis I love the uneveness of your patchwork. Adds interest and is unique.
    Also, great color choices

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  10. Beautiful card and love the patchwork background and the pear
    Carol x

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  11. Love your patchwork, and the colour combo.
    I also love your baby oil projects, don't know how I missed them! :o)
    Jackie xx

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  12. Hi Lis that patchwork you have created looks fantastic I admire quilters so much the amount of work put into one must be astronomical, I love watching the old Westerns as they use them, always reminds me of the old pioneers. I love the papers you have used and the image of the pear, super, super make. I also want to thank you for your lovely comment on my blog I really appreciate it.
    husg
    lorraine x

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