Wow! That took a long time and they are not even sewn together or to the center!
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I like the bright border. I don’t know why it makes me think of a bean bag toss..
Looking good! So far mine is still a stack of uncut fabric. I need to get caught up!
I am loving your border… they take a while but I found after making about 80 of them I was flying through them. Practice makes perfect they say!!!
They look terrific! I would be tempted to try sewing straight strips and then cutting the square on the diagonal. You’d have four triangles left over but the blocks don’t look very big . . .
I timed it — it took me 20 min. for each block. Love your bright colors!
these little blocks are time consuming, but so worth it! your medallion is looking amazing!
do you have a paper piecing template for the medallion? i have the book, but would really prefer to paper piece instead. thanks!
Cath from our Portland Modern Quilt Guild created the paper pieced “x” for our guild’s year long Medallion. You can find the pattern here: http://wombatquilts.com/2014/03/19/lots-of-xs/
The Marcelle Medallion has “+” blocks that are very easy to make.
I meant the middle piece. The actual medallion. 😦 thanks though!
Check out this blog. It seems that she has paper pieced the center of the Marcelle Medallion. http://www.makingrebeccalynne.com/2013/09/marcelle-medallion-center-block.html
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